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Cohasset 
Town Report 

1980 



Photograph taken at Black Rock Beach. 
Courtesy of Greg Derr, Mariner Newspapers 



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FRANK E. JASON, Special Police Officer April 17, 1980 

EDWIN A. YOUNG, Harbor Study and Government 

Island Committees July 20, 1980 

JOHN F. JAMES, Highway Department October 7, 1980 

LOUELLA R. BAILEY, School Committee . . . November 18, 1980 



TOWN OF COHASSET 

Incorporated 1770 

Population June, 1980 - 7,752 

Twelfth Congressional District 

Representative: Gerry E. Studds 

Norfolk and Plymouth Senatorial District 

Senator: Allan B. McKinnon, Weymouth 

Second Plymouth Representative District 

Representative: Mary Jeanette Murray, Cohasset 

Annual Town Meeting 

First Saturday in April 

Election of Officers 

Second Saturday in April 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Board of Selectmen 
Of the Financial Affairs 

OF THE 

TOWN OF COHASSET 

Reports of The School Committee 

AND THE 

Report of Other Town Officers 




FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 

1980 



TOWN OFFICERS 
1980- 1981 

TOWN CLERK 



Charles A. Marks 



Tenure 



ASSISTANT TOWN CLERK 



Frances L. Marks 



MODERATOR 



Apptd. October 25, 1972 



David E. Place 



Term expires April 1981 



Arthur L. Clark 
Rocco F. Laugelle 
Henry W. Ainslie, Jr. 



SELECTMEN 



ASSESSORS 



Term expires April 1981 
Term expires April 1982 
Term expires April 1983 



Warren S. Pratt 
Michael C. PatroHa 
F. Allen Weisenfluh 



Term expires April 1981 
Term expires April 1982 
Term expires April 1983 



Gordon E. Flint 



Harold W. Litchfield 



TREASURER-COLLECTOR 



HIGHWAY SURVEYOR 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



Term expires April 1981 



Term expires April 1 98 1 



Frank W. England 
Patricia Anne Walsh 
Irene Brown 
Martha K. Gjesteby 
John Langmaid 
Diana Davis Komet 



Term expires April 1981 
Term expires April 1981 
Term expires April 1982 
Term expires April 1982 
Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1 983 



TRUSTEES OF PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY 



Sheila S. Evans 
CordeHa T. Foell 
Doris R. McNulty 
Elizabeth F. Eaton 
Nancy M. Gilmore 



Term expires April 1981 
Term expires April 1981 
Term expires April 1981 
Term expires April 1982 
Term expires April 1982 



David Chittim 
George E. Haley 
Barbara M. Power 
Lucia R. Woods 



Term expires April 1982 
Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1983 



BOARD OF HEALTH 



Roger A. Pompeo (Resigned, 3/5/80) 
Charles M. Bliss (Apptd. 4/2/80) 
Marilyn R. Sweeney 
Lynne Buckley 



Term expires April 1981 
Term expires April 1981 
Term expires April 1982 
Term expires April 1983 



PLANNING BOARD 



John E. Bradley 
Patricia Facey 
Barbara M. Power 
Patrick A. Plante 
John F. O'Toole 



Term expires April 1 98 1 
Term expires April 1982 
Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 



William Montuori 
Lot E. Bates 
Robert W. Jackson 



WATER COMMISSIONERS 



Term expires April 1981 
Term expires April 1982 
Term expires April 1983 



Janet M. Daggett 
Joseph M. Gwinn 
Gerard J. Stanton 



SEWER COMMISSIONERS 



Term expires April 1 98 1 
Term expires April 1982 
Term expires April 1983 



RECREATION COMMISSION 



Ernest J. Sullivan 
Eugene K. Price 
Nancy Sladen 
Hamilton T. Tewksbury 
Richard P. Barrow 
Alna L. Ekberg 
James L. Gallagher 



Term expires April 1981 
Term expires April 1982 
Term expires April 1982 
Term expires April 1982 
Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 



SOUTH SHORE REGIONAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Sumner Smith, Jr. Term expires April 1 98 1 

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COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY 

Kathleen M. Conte Term expires April 198 1 

Yolanda Baccari Term expires April 1982 

Lloyd W. Prescott Term expires April 1 984 

Marguerite M. Libby Term expires April 1985 

George W. Benedict, III (Appted. by Governor) Term expires July 28, 1982 



TOWN OFFICERS APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 

Term Expires 

Town Accountant Under Civil Service 

William S. Signorelli 

Registrars of Voters 

Clarence M . Grasie , Chairman 1982 

Louise E. Conroy 1983 

Edward E. Tower 1981 

Advisory Committee — Appointed by Chairman of Selectmen, Chairman of 
Advisory Committee & Moderator 

Harmon J. Maynard 1 98 1 

Osborne F. Ingram 1981 

Donald F. Steele 1981 

Thomas E. Burke 1982 

JohnF. Keane 1982 

James W. Lagrotteria 1 98 2 

Terrance White 1983 

Jean B. Cotton, Chairman 1983 

Mary Jane Mac Arthur 1983 

Chief of Police Under Civil Service 

John A. DeBassio 

Police Lieutenant Under Civil Service 

Charles E. Stockbridge 

Sergeants of Police Under CivO Service 

Richard P. Barrow 
John J. Rhodes, III 

Patrolmen Under Civil Service 

Carmelo Conte 
Brian Cogill 
Clifton B. Jones 
Joseph M. Kealey 
Randolph A. Feola, Jr. 
Brian W. Noonan 
Richard J. Abbadessa 
Gerald P. Doyle 
David J. Pomerico 
Richard J. Fairbaim 
Paul J. Laugelle 
Frederick H. Grassie 
Robert W. Jackson 



Permanent Intennittent Police Officers Assigned to the Police Department 

Paul J. Rooney Edward R. Connor 

Robert S. Williams, Jr. John H. Small 

David C. Cogill Richard Yocum 

Daniel F. Ainslie Lawrence D. Ainslie 



Auxiliary Police Officers (Civil Defense and Emergency Preparedness) 

Albert L. Andrews, Captain 
Richard Yocum, Sergeant 
Maureen F. Healy, Sergeant 
Lawrence D. Ainslie 
Jon H. Small 
Charles B. Wood 
EUena A. Andrews 
Bruce Collins 
William McArthur 



Special Police Officers 

Harry H. Ritter Harbor Master 

Clifford J. Dickson Cohasset Yacht Club & Assist. Harbor Master 

William G. Stone Assistant Harbor Master 

John F. Hubbard Assistant Harbor Master (Little Harbor) 

John H. Winters III Shellfish Constable 

Harold Litchfield Highway Surveyor 

Charles Piepenbrink Fire Chief 

Stephen Wigmore Superintendent of Wires 

Edwin H. Pratt Superintendent of Water & Sewer Dept. 

Peter G. Laugelle Superintendent of Tree &Park Dept. 

Lester Hiltz Director of Civil Defense 

Nelson Pratt, Jr Deputy Director of Civil Defense 

Lawrence Mitchell ; . Gas Inspector 

Robert A. Leonard, Sr Gas Inspector 

Lot E. Bates, Jr Sealer of Weights & Measures 

Kenneth S. Sargent Custodian of Town Hall 

Theodore O. Macklin Cohasset Sailing Club 

George E. Haley Private 

David E. Place Private 

Robert B. James Private 

Richardson White Private 

Bemard Salvador Fish Warden 

Manuel Salvador Sewer Plant 

John M. Worley Recreation Director 

James A. Litchfield Building Inspector 

Edward McGillachudy Sandy Beach 



Lockup Keepers 
John A. DeBassio 
Charles E. Stockbridge 



Dog Officer 

John H. Barrett (under article 24, May 1976 Town Meeting) 

Fire Department Under Civil Service 

Charles Piepenbrink Chief 

Thomas W. Hernan, Jr Deputy Chief 

George E. Casey (retired 7/31/80) Captain 

Roger W. Lincoln Captain 

James Lee Gurry Captain 

Ralph Perroncello Firefighter 

Ernest J. Sullivan ^ Firefighter 

David R. Marks " Firefighter 

John F. Thompson (retired 7/31/80) Firefighter 

William L. Nickerson ^ Firefighter 

Richard M. Conley Firefighter 

Edward Barrow Firefighter 

Linwood L. Davis Firefighter 

Arthur M. Pompeo, Jr Firefighter 

Edward M. Corbo Firefighter 

John Boswell, III Firefighter 

Paul F. McGaffigan Firefighter 

Edward J. Struzik Firefighter 

Matthew B. Marr Firefighter 

Thomas P. Finegan Firefighter 

Mark H. Trask Firefighter 

James P. Runey Firefighter 

James R. Sheerin Firefighter 

William T. Litchfield Firefighter 

Randall W. Rosano Firefighter 

James E. Fiori Firefighter 

John M. Sullivan Firefighter 

William J. Protulis Firefighter 

Robert D. Silvia Firefighter 

Forest Warden 

Charles Piepenbrink 

Local Superintendent of Insect Pest Control 

Peter G. Laugelle 

Director of Civil Defense and Emergency Preparedness 

Lester Hiltz 



Deputy Director of Civil Defense 

Nelson C. Pratt 



Town Counsel 

J. Blake Thaxter, Jr. 

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Assistant Town Counsel 

Richard A. Henderson 

Maurice E. McLaughlin, Jr. (resigned 12/1/80) 

JohnK.Kirby 

Recreation Director 

Jack M. Worley (appointed by the Recreation Commission under article 54, 
May 1976 T.M.) 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 

Lot E. Bates, Jr. 

Superintendent of Water and Sewer Department 

Edwin H. Pratt 

Superintendent of Wires 

Stephen F. Wigmore 

Measures of Wood and Bark 

Lot E. Bates, Jr. 

Director of Veterans* Affairs 

T. Gerard Keating 

Veterans' Burial Agent 

T. Gerard Keating 

Health Agent 
Kevin P. O'Brien 

Constables 

Frank C. Hamilton (resigned 5/23/80) 
Barbara C. EUiott 

Inspector of Public Buildings 

James A. Litchfield 

Caretakers 

Gerry Cogill, Woodside Cemetery (under Tree & Park Dept.) 

Albert Meallo, Perkins Cemetery 

John Cogill, Beechwood Cemetery (under Tree & Park Dept.) 

Fence Viewers 

Anthony Emanuello 
John Winters 
Burtram J. Pratt 

Harbormaster 

Harry H. Ritter 

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Assistant Harbormaster 

Clifford J. Dickson 

WiUiam G. Stone 

John F. Hubbard (for Little Harbor) 



Shellfish Constable 

John H. Winter III 

Fish Warden 

Bernard J. Salvador, Jr. 

Town Archivist 

David H. Wadsworth 

Gas and Plumbing Inspectors 

Lawrence J. Mitchell 
Robert A. Leonard 

Custodian of Town Hall 

Kenneth S. Sargent 

Honorary Town Engineer 

Gilbert S. Tower 

Commissioner of South Shore Mosquito Project 

Peter G. Laugelle 

Board of Appeals 

Robert S. Booth, Jr., Chairman 1982 

Nathan W. Bates 1983 

Myrna Putziger 1 98 1 

Associate Members 

John F.Roy 1981 

John F. Rousseau 1982 

Organization of Board of Selectmen 

Arthur L. Clark, chairman 

Henry W. Ainslie, Jr. 

Rocco F. Laugelle 

Marguerite B. Ramsay, Admin. Sec, 

Board of Tree and Park Commissioners 

Members of Board of Selectmen 

Tree and Park Superintendent 

Peter G. Laugelle 

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Organization of Board of Assessors 

Warren S. Pratt, Chairman 
F. Allen Weisenfluh 
Michael C. Patrolia 
Dorothy V. Graham, Clerk 
Constance S. Jones, Assistant Clerk 

School Facilities Committee, under Article 42, March Meetmg 1960, Appointed 
by the Moderator & Article 33 of 1975 Meeting 

JohnF.Keane 1982 

Robert H. Sturdy, Chairman 1981 

Ralph Dormitzer 1983 

Appointed by the Selectmen 

Robert L. Julian 1981 

Frances P. Loughran 1982 

Appointed by the School Committee 

Frank W.England 1981 

Patricia A. Walsh 1982 

James D. McKinneU 1983 

Personnel Board, appointed by the Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, the 
Town Moderator and Chairman of the Advisory Committee 

Millard L. Drake, Chairman 1981 

Robert J. Tis 1981 

Clifford Mitman 1982 

JohnH.MuUett 1982 

Edward Lubitz, Jr. 1983 

Cohasset Harbor Committee 

Charles G. Fink, Chairman 
Harry H. Ritter 
Theodore O. Macklin 
Richard P. Barrow 
Michael Wilson 
Kenneth B. Cook 
Bernard J. Salvador 

At the Request of the Mass. Transportation Commission to Represent the Town 
of Cohasset in the Greater Boston Region - appointed by the Board of 
Selectmen 

Arthur L. Clark, Board of Selectmen 
Patricia G. Facey, Chairman, Planning Board 
Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 

Conservation Commission (Under Article 34, March Meeting, 1961) 

Patricia C . Buckley , Chairman 1983 

Austin O'Toole 1983 

John F. Hubbard 1981 



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Janet A. Ditmar 1981 

John K.Bryant 1982 

Peter J. O'Loughlin, Jr. 1982 

Robert N.Maki 1982 

Building Inspector and Zoning Officer 

James A. Litchfield 

Council for the Aging 

Rev. John J. Keohane, Chairman 

John H. Mullett 

Helen K. Barbary 

Dorothy C. Morse 

Mary Donovan 

George E. FeUows 

Alice M. Daunt 

Conrad Ericsson 

Elizabeth P. Enders 

Committee to Study the Government Island Property 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury 1983 

Richard P. Barrow 1983 

Rocco F. Laugelle 1981 

Edwin A. Young, Chairman (deceased 7/20/80) 1 98 1 

Edward J. Figueiredo 1 98 1 

Harry H. Ritter 1982 

Herbert R. To wle 1982 

Capital Budget Committee, Appointed by the Moderator, Chairman of the Board 
of Selectmen, and Chairman of the Advisory Board under Resolution March 
1971 Annual Town Meeting 

Barbara M. Power 1983 

Edmund A. Steimle 1983 

Richard C. Tibbetts 1983 

William E. KeUey, Chairman 1981 

Richard J. Avery 1982 

Historical Commission 

Noel A. Ripley, Chairman 1 983 

Herbert B. Marsh 1983 

Janet M. Daggett (resigned 5/14/80) 1981 

Grace R. Tuckerman 1 98 1 

Betty P. Enders ^ 1982 

David H. Wadsworth 1982 

Kenneth F. Sargent 1982 

Jeanne L. Replogle (apptd. 6/4/80) 1 98 1 

Building Code Appeal Board 

Francis A. Evans 1983 

Frederic H. Wood, Jr. 1981 

Joseph W. MacDonald 1982 

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By-Law Study Committee 

Cornelia L. O'Malley, Chairman 

Mary E. Gainor 

Richard A. Henderson 

Roger W. Nast 

David E. Place, Ex-officio 

Board of Selectmen, Ex-officio 

Route 228 Regional Transportation Study Committee 

Millard MacNeill 

Drainage Advisory Committee, Under Article 42, May 1975 Town Meeting 
appointed by Moderator, Chairman of Board of Selectmen and Chairman 
Advisory Committee 

Milton F. Higgins 1981 

William J. Montouri, Chairman 1982 

Robert G. Appleyard 1983 

Design Review Board, Appointed by Chairman of Selectmen, Chairman of 
Advisory Committee & Moderator, Under Article 37, May 1976 Annual 
Town Meeting 

Richard C.Tousley 1983 

Elizabeth S. Hoopes, Chairman 1 98 1 

Margaret M. Benson 1982 

A. Patrick McCarthy 1982 

Roger C. Porter, Associate Member 
Roger S. Whitley, Associate Member 
James A. Litchfield, Ex-officio 

Fire Station Study Committee, Appointed by Chairman of Selectmen, 
Moderator, and Chairman of Advisory Committee under Article 34, May 
1976 Town Meeting 

Lot E. Bates, Jr., Chairman 

Paula Meallo 

John A. Reardon (resigned 1980) 

Robert N. Maki 

Robert L. Julian 

John H. MuUett (apptd. Feb. 1980) 

Committee to study Town Government Structure, Appointed by Chairman of 
Selectmen, Moderator and Chairman of Advisory Committee under Article 
36, May 1976 Town Meeting 

Thomas E. Atkinson 1983 

Mary E. Gainor 1983 

Phillip N. Bowditch 1981 

Francis J. Mitchell 1981 

WilHam D. Weeks, Chairman 1 982 

DonnaJ.McGee 1982 

John J. Wilson 1982 

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Town Offices Space Study Committee 

Daniel S. Campbell 
Daniel C. Cotton, Chairman 
Theodore PatroUa 
Margaret M. Dillon 
James R. Hooper 
Joseph F. Cotter 
Richard J. Avery 
Warren S. Pratt 
Clifford J. Dickson 

Cohasset Common Historic District Commission, Appointed by the Board of 
Selectmen under Article 34, April 1978 Town Meeting 

Peter J. Wood, Chairman 
Charles C. Wheelwright 
Walter C.Paulding 
Thomas E. Atkinson 
Barbara W. Weisenfluh 
Elizabeth E. Stevenson 
Carolyn F. Horn 
Grace F. Russell (alternate) 
Mary W. Hurley (alternate) 

Cemetery Space Study Committee 

Robert V. Davenport 
John E. Souther 
John J. Rhodes, HI 

Disposal Area Study Committee 

John F. Ridge, Chairman 
Neil Murphy 
Eleanor T. Cooney 
Arthur M. Pompeo 
Stephen F. Wigmore 

Garage Facilities Study Committee 

Joseph R, Barressi, Chairman 
Jacqueline M. Dormitzer 
Peter J. Collins 
Robert S. Pape 
Ronald G. Beal 



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

To the Citizens of Cohasset: 

The Board of Selectmen met at its usual time on Wednesday evenings through- 
out the year, as well as on numerous other occasions with various boards and 
committees necessary for the orderly functioning of town government. Its Chair- 
man also over-saw administrative functions on a daily basis thus providing con- 
tinuity between meetings. 

The year has been one of concern for the rising cost of energy and its effect 
upon departmental operations. The board introduced several articles at the 1980 
annual meeting dealing with energy conservation measures in certain town build- 
ings. The recommendations were wisely accepted by the Town Meeting thereby 
permitting implementation by the board prior to the current heating season. 
Reduced energy consumption is already evident, but unfortunately with little 
dollar gain due to the rapid escalation of unit costs. 

Police Chief Randolph A. Feola retired after a long, distinguished career in 
the service of the town, rising through the ranks from patrolman to chief. His 
successor, Chief John A. DeBassio was appointed by the board after a thorough 
search through scores of applicants by an impartial search committee selected 
from interested citizens of the town. Chief DeBassio assumed charge toward the 
end of the current year but has already introduced many new policies aimed at 
overall departmental effectiveness and efficiency. The Selectmen will continue 
to work closely with the chief to encourage the spirit of professionalism through- 
out the department, to which he is dedicated. 

The November ballot referendum question on so-called "Proposition 2^/4" 
which became law at the close of the period, had Uttle effect upon current 
operations but became the focal point of discussion and of utmost concern in 
the preparation of departmental budgets for the upcoming fiscal year. The ulti- 
mate impact upon Cohasset could be profound, although possibly less so than in 
some communities. It comes as no surprise to the board having opposed it on the 
basis of its adverse effect on town services. Nevertheless, everything possible will 
be done to carry out the will of the electorate while maintaining a reasonable 
level of needed services. 

The board extends its thanks to all officials, boards, committees, employees 
and citizens for their continued support, understanding and cooperation 
throughout the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Arthur L. Clark, Chairman 
Henry W. Ainslie, Jr. 
Rocco F. Laugelle 



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JURY DUTY - 1980 



1. Armin, Jeanne N. 

2. Ashjian, Marion 

3. Batts, Mark S. 

4 . Breitkreuz , George W. 

5. Broadhurst, Austin Jr. 

6. Brown, Carleda A. 

7. Carhart, Donna F. 

8. Charles, Margaret R. 

9. Clark, Eunice W. 

10. Conway, Peter 

11. Dockray, Joseph M. 

12. Doherty, Laura J. 

13. Doggett, Thomas A. 

14. Drago, Francis L. Jr. 

15. Emilson, Carl H. 

16. Ewing, Thomas 

17. Failinger, Joan L. 

18. Foster, Andrew L. 

19. Gallop, Helen J. 

20. Geary, Patricia L. 

2 1 . Grassey , Ernest J . 

22. Haley, George E. 

23. Halloran, John Smith 

24. Healey, Thomas M. Jr. 

25. Hettstrom, Edward A. 

26. Hunt, James A. 

27. Izzo, Robert A. 

28. James, Alan S. 

29. Jason, Harry S. 

30. Jenks, Carolyn 

3 1 . Kasameyer, Robert E. 

32. Kehoe, Joseph F. 

33. Kelly, Helen M. 

34. Kennedy, John W. 

35. King, Arthur C. 

36. Litchfield, Patricia A. 

37. Littlejohn, George M. 

38. Magee, Janet C. 

39. Martin, Mary M. 

40. McClay, Adam A. Jr. 

41. McGee, James P. 

42. Mclnerney, John T. 

43. McKeough, Bernard A. 

44. McLaurin, James W. 

45. McMillen, Francis S. 

46. McVeigh, Susan H. 

47. Muir, Margaret A. 

48. Mullett, John H. 

49. Nast, Virginia R. 

50. Parm enter, Dorothea 

51. Petrie, Robert M. 

52. Pool, John Stevens 

53. Potolicchio, Joseph H. 

54. Pratt, Carlton S. 

55. Pratt, Ruth F. 

56. Rattenbury, Henry A. 

57. Ritter, Lynn M. 

58. SandeU, James M. 

59. Sargent, Francis H. 



12 Tupelo Road 
36 Rustic Drive 
256 North Main Street 
52 Fairoaks Lane 
231 South Main Street 

67 Ripley Road 
20 West Gate Lane 
85 Linden Drive 

175 HuU Street 
101 Pond Street 

375 North Main Street 
36 Cedar Acres Lane 
12 Hugh Strain Road 
33 Rustic Drive 
178 North Mam Street 
108 Doane Street 
160 Fairoaks Lane 
84 Old Pasture Road 
250 King Street 
57 Hillside Drive 
20 Ledge Way 
119 Pleasant Street 
12 Pleasant Street 
49 Gushing Road 
57 Church Street 
205 South Main Street 

15 Old Coach Road 
29 Norfolk Road 

16 Ash Street 
43 King Street 

17 Pond Street 
28 Bayberry Lane 
40 Windy Hill Road 
115 Beechwood Street 
75 Lamberts Lane 
171 Beechwood Street 
103 Black Rock Road 
508 Beechwood Street 

68 Pond Street 

352 Beechwood Street 
27 HiU Street 

176 Pond Street 

16 Virginia Lane 
672 Jerusalem Road 

9 Bailey Road 
55 Atlantic Ave. 
24 Reservoir Road 
45 Beach Street 
33 Red Gate Lane 
60 Reservoir Road 

10 Ridge Top Road 
75 Brewster Road 
60 Old Pasture Road 

17 Hill Street 
17 Hill Street 

1 Briarwood Lane 

505 Chf. Jst. Gushing Way 

24 Stevens Lane 

1 Doane Street 



Dir. of Drama 

Housewife 

Elect. Contr. 

Accountant 

Business 

Broker 

Fash. Dir. 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Sales Mgr. 

Accountant 

Housewife 

Engineer 

Ins. Agent 

Securities 

Planner 

Housewife 

Engineer 

At Home 

Housewife 

Controller 

Retired 

Salesman 

Foreman 

TVEng. 

Sales Mgr. 

Controller 

Muncpl Wrkr. 

Foreman 

Housewife 

Businessman 

Laborer 

Homemaker 

Engineer 

Retired 

Housewife 

Salesman 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Sales 

Tel. Co. Repair 

Sales 

Salesman 

Cont. Admin. 

IBM 

Admin. 

Housewife 

Retired 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Banker 

Banker 

Sales Consult. 

Turbine Op. 

Housewife 

Mailman 

Waitress 

Architect 

Auto Parts Mgr. 



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60. Sharkey, Geraldine H. 

61. Sharkey, WiUiam O. 

62. Soule, Elizabeth Ann 

63. Thompson, Leslie G. 

64. Topper, Jeanne L. 

65. Townsend, Carol A. 

66. Trautwein, Tom A. 

67. Tuckerman, Grace R. 

68. Waal, Jeffrey C. 

69. Wadsworth, David H. 

70. Wheelwright, Frank S. 

7 1 . Wheelwright, Walter C, Jr. 

72. Williams, John L., Jr. 

73. Wilson, Elianne M. 



6 Margin Street 

6 Margin Street 

41 Spring Street 

56 Oak Street 

37 Old Coach Road 

11 Hillside Drive 

61 Surry Dr. 

393 South Main Street 

36 Old Pasture Road 

24 Joy Place 

308 Beechwood Street 

425 Beechwood Street 

84 Doane Street 

6 Woodland Drive 



Sales Rep. 

Supervisor 

Lab Tech. 

Salesman 

Homemaker 

Housewife 

Operations Mgr. 

Housewife 

Engineer 

Dept. Mgr. 

Fire Fighter 

Retired 

Salesman 

Housewife 



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ELECTION OFFICERS 



In accordance with Chapter 54 of the General Laws, will you please consider 
the following named persons to be appointed as Election Officers for the ensuing 
year. These names have been taken from the list submitted by the Town Com- 
mittee. 

Warden Samuel Hassan R 

Clerk Anthony J. Rosano D 

Clerk Mary N. Grassie R 



Inspectors Democrats 



A. Patricia Barrow 
Karen L. Corcoran 
Margaret Charles 
Dorothea C. Bjorkgren 
Alice Daunt 
Mary A. Fiori 
Marguerite M. Libby 
Janet Livingston 



Donna McGee 
Bernard Mulcahy 
Jean Salvador 
Jeanne M. Sullivan 
Rosalind F. Whittemore 
Alice Mersch 
Margaret C. Hernan 
Barbara Williams 



Inspectors Republicans 



Carol Began 
Eileen Buckley 
Patricia J. Buckley 
Irma J. James 
Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 
Mary D. Migliaccio 
Maria R. Pape 
Robert S. Pape 
Margeret Stoughton 
Grace R. Tuckerman 
Dominic M. Baccari 



David W. Knowles 
Katherine Lincoln 
Betty L. Pearce 
Nancy E. Sladen 
Margaret C. Chapin 
Carol H. Deal 
Elizabeth J. Dusossoit 
Kathleen V. England 
Kathleen Gibbons 
Mary M. Grassie 
Margaret J. LaugeUe 
Marjorie Anderson 



Inspectors Independent 

Carol Townsend 
Ellen M. PatroHa 



Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk of Cohasset 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

FEBRUARY 14, 1980 



At the special business meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium 
at 7:30 P.M. February 14, 1980, the following articles were contained in the 
Warrant and acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed by the Selectmen for the entrance and sworn 
in by Town Clerk Charles A. Marks at 7:00 P.M. were Mary M. Brennock, Bar- 
bara Williams, Constance Jones and Carol Began. 

Tellers appointed by the Moderator David E. Place reported at 7:30 P.M. 
were Bernard Mulcahy, Robert Pape, Arthur L. Lehr, Jr., and Nancy Sladen. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting lists was 
417. 

The meeting was called to order by the Moderator at 7:50 P.M. and the Town 
Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

The invocation was given by Reverend Edward Atkinson. 

Article 1. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from surplus Revenue 
(free cash) the sum of $4648.00 for interest paid re borrowing in anticipation of 
taxes, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town vote to appropriate from Surplus Revenue (free 
cash) the sum of $4,648.00 for interest paid re borrowing in anticipation of 
taxes and this amount be credited to account FoHo 48.00 interest. 

Article 1 voted by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from Surplus Revenue 
the sum of $625 1 .87 to pay medical expenses incurred by Sergeant Richard P. 
Barrow for service connected injuries as follows: 

Peter Bent Brigham Hospital 

721 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Ma. 02 11 5 

7-26-78 to 8-8-78 $5262.01 

Dr. John ShilHto, Jr., Neurosurgical Office 

300LongwoodAvenue, Boston, Ma. 02115 8-4-78 889.20 

Brigham-Farber Radiology Group 

P. 0. Box 4524, Boston, Ma. 02212 7-26-78 to 8-3-78 45.45 

Driftway Medical Center Radiology 

7 Driftway, Greenbush, Ma. 02040 3-4-78 24.75 

1-22-79 30.46 



$6251.87 



or act on anything relating thereto. 

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MOVED: That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the sum of 
$6,251.87 to pay medical expenses incurred by Sergeant Richard P. Barrow for 
service connected injuries as follows: 

Peter Bent Brigham Hospital 

721 Huntington Avenue 

Boston, Ma. 021 15 (7-26-78 to 8-8-78) $5,262.01 

Dr. John Shillito, Jr. 

Neurosurgical Office 

300 Longwood Avenue 

Boston, Ma. 021 15 (8-4-78) 889.20 

Brigham-Farber Radiology Group 

P.O. Box 4525 

Boston, Ma. 022 1 2 (7-26-78 to 8-3-78) 45 .45 

Driftway Medical Center Radiology 

7 Driftway (3-4-78) 24.75 

Greenbush, Ma. 02040 (1-22-79) 30.46 



$6,251.87 



Article 2 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



RESOLUTION BY ARTHUR CLARK, CHAIRMAN, 
BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Whereas our Honorary Town Engineer and lifelong Citizen of the Town of 
Cohasset, Gilbert S. Tower on Friday, February 15, 1980 will have reached the 
venerable age of 95 years. 

And whereas he has consistently contributed much of his time and energy for 
the good of the Town, 

Be it therefore resolved that we citizens of Cohasset here assembled at this 
Special Town Meeting to conduct the business of the Town, do hereby con- 
gratulate him and wish for him continued good health and a keen mind in the 
years to come. 

Signed this day on the fourteen of February, in the year of our LORD, 
nineteen-hundred and eighty. 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

/s/ Arthur L. Clark /s/ 
/s/ Henry W. Ainslie Jr. /s/ 
/s/ Rocco F. Laugelle 

Resolution voted unanimously by a voice vote & standing ovation. 

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Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to transfer the care, custody, man- 
agement and control of a parcel of land, hereinafter described, to be used as a 
site for a sewage treatment plant and accessories and appurtenents thereto from 
the Board of Selectmen and or the Conservation Commission to the Board of 
Selectmen for a sewage treatment plant and accesories and appurtenants thereto. 

Said parcels being located Southwesterly of land owned by the Penn Central 
Railroad and being shown as Lot 2 on a plan drawn by Edwin A. Young, Sur- 
veyor, dated July 3, 1962, as modified and approved by the Land Court, filed in 
the Land Registration office as No. 3 1695 A, a copy of a portion of which is 
filed in the Norfolk Register District with Certificate 74557, Book 373 and 
shown on a deed recorded in Norfolk Registry of Deeds in Book 5007, Page 524 
and 525 to which plan and deed reference is hereby made for a more particular 
description of said parcels. Said parcels are also shown on a plot plan of Pro- 
posed Sewage Treatment Facility which plan is on file in the office of the Town 
Clerk, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED that the Town transfer the care, custody, management and control 
of a parcel of land, hereinafter described, to be used as a site for a sewage treat- 
ment plant and accessories and appurtenants thereto from the Board of Select- 
men and or the Conservation Commission to the Board of Selectmen for a 
sewage treatment plant and accessories and appurtenants thereto. 

Said parcels being located Southeasterly of land owned by the Penn Central 
Railroad and being shown as Lot 2 on a plan drawn by Edwin A. Young, Sur- 
veyor, dated July 3, 1962, as modified and approved by the Land Court, filed in 
the Land Registration office as No. 3 1695 A, a copy of a portion of which is 
filed in the Norfolk Register District with Certificate 74557, Book 373 and 
shown on a deed recorded in Norfolk Registry of Deeds in Book 5007, Pages 
524 and 525 to which plan and deed reference is hereby made for a more par- 
ticular description of said parcels. Said parcels are also shown on a plot plan of 
Proposed Sewage Treatment Facility which plan is on file in the office of the 
Town Clerk. 

Article 3 voted by a hand vote, yes, 325 to no, 69. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Board of Selectmen to 
petition the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to enact 
legislation under Massachusetts Constitution Amendment Article 97 approving 
the transfer of the care, custody, management and control of a parcel of land, 
hereinafter described, to be used as a site for a sewage treatment plant and acces- 
sories and appurtenants thereto from the Board of Selectmen and or the Conser- 
vation Commission to the Board of Selectmen for a sewage treatment plant and 
accessories and appurtenants thereto. 

Said parcels being located Southwesterly of land owned by the Penn Central 
Railroad and being shown as Lot 2 on a plan dravm by Edwin A. Young, Sur- 
veyor, dated July 3, 1962, as modified and approved by the Land Court, filed in 
the Land Registration office as No. 3 1695 A, a copy of a portion of which is 
filed in the Norfolk Register District with Certificate 74557, Book 373 and 
shown on a deed recorded in Norfolk Registry of Deeds in Book 5007, Pages 

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524 and 525 to which plan and deed reference is hereby made for a more par- 
ticular description of said parcels. Said parcels are also shown on a plot plan of 
Proposed Sewage Treatment Facility which plan is on file in the office of the 
Town Clerk, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Board of Selectmen be instructed to petition the General 
Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to enact legislation under Massa- 
chusetts Constitution, Amendment Article 97 approving the transfer of the care, 
custody, management and control of a parcel of land, hereinafter described, to 
be used as a site for a sewage treatment plant and accessories and appurtenants 
thereto from the Board of Selectmen and or the Conservation Commission to 
the Board of Selectmen for a sewage treatment plant and accessories and appur- 
tenants thereto. 

Said parcels being located Southwesterly of land owned by the Penn Central 
Railroad and being shown as Lot 2 on a plan drawn by Edwin A. Young, Sur- 
veyor, dated July 3, 1962, as modified and approved by the Land Court, filed in 
the Land Registration office as No. 3 1695 A, a copy of a portion of which is 
filed in the Norfolk Register District with Certificate 74557, Book 373 and 
shown on a deed recorded in Norfolk Registry of Deeds in Book 5007, Pages 
524 and 525 to which plan and deed reference is hereby made for a more par- 
ticular description of said parcels. Said parcels are also shown on a plot plan of 
Proposed Sewage Treatment Facility which plan is on file in the office of the 
Town Clerk. 

Article 4 voted by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Board of Selectmen to 
petition the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to enact 
legislation authorizing the Town, notwithstanding the provisions of Section 1 5 A 
of Chapter 40 of the Massachusetts General Laws, to transfer, by a two- thirds 
vote at a regular or special Town Meeting, the care, custody, management and 
control of a parcel of land not to exceed 10 acres to be used as a site for a 
sewage treatment plant, hereinafter described, from the Board of Selectmen for 
school purposes to the Board of Selectmen for a sewage Treatment Facility. 

Said parcel of land being located Southwesterly of land owned by the Penn 
Central Railroad and bounded by land of the South Shore Playhouse Assoc, and 
Smith Place, which land was acquired in accordance with Article 7 or the Special 
Town Meeting held on December 3, 1969 and is shown on Town Assessors Plan 
No. 39 and on a plot plan of Proposed Sewage Treatment Facility which plan is 
on file in the office of the Town Clerk, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Article 5 voted by a voice vote. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money to take by eminent domain under Chapter seventy-nine of the General 
Laws as amended or acquire by purchase of otherwise, including provisions of 
Chapter 83 of the General Laws, for a sewage Treatment Facility on area con- 

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taining 3.5 acres more or less, said property being shown on plot plan of pro- 
posed Treatment Facility, Whale Meadow Site, September, 1979, on file at the 
Town Clerk's Office. 

Said parcel of land being a part of Parcel E2, Plot 16, as shown on Assessors 
Map 31. 

Said parcel of land being bound as follows: Beginning at the intersection of 
the Howard Gleason Road northerly sideline and the easterly sideline of a 
twenty foot way through Plot 16; then running northerly for a distance of 
approximately 580 feet along said easterly sideline of way; then turning and run- 
ning easterly for a distance of approximately 270 feet parallel to Howard Glea- 
son Road to the property line of Plot 13 ; then turning and running southerly 
along said property line for a distance of approximately 590 feet to the north- 
erly sideline of Howard Gleason Road for a distance of approximately 280 feet 
to the point of beginning; or act on anything relating thereto, and to meet said 
appropriation to the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, is 
authorized to issue notes or bonds in accordance with Massachusetts General 
Laws Chapter 44, section 7, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely posponed. 

Article 6 voted by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to approve the Board of Selectmen 
entering into an Agreement for Judgment in the action brought by the Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts under the provisions of the Massachusetts Clean Waters 
Act to abate pollution of the Waters of the Commonwealth and for the assess- 
ment of a civil penalty, the case being Thomas C. McMahon, as he is Director of 
the Division of the Water Pollution Control of the Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts, Plaintiff vs. Town of Cohasset, Defendant, Norfolk Superior Court No. 
38652, whereby the Town agrees to pay a civil penalty in the amount of 
$10,000.00 due to the allegation that the Town exceeded its discharge permit 
issued by the Director of the Division of Water Pollution Control of Massachu- 
setts and in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Water Pollution Con- 
trol Act as to waste water flow gallons per day, as to biochemical limitation, as 
to discharge of suspended solids and as to discharge of settleable sohds; and 
whereby the Town agrees to design and construct secondary waste water treat- 
ment facilities in accordance with a time schedule approved by the Board of 
Sewer Commisioners; and to see if the Town will vote to appropriate from Sur- 
plus Revenue (free cash) the sum of $ 10,000.00 to pay said civil penalty, or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town approve the Board of Selectmen entering into an 
agreement for Judgment in the action brought by the Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts under the provisions of the Massachusetts Clean Waters Act to abate 
pollution of the waters of the Commonwealth and for the assessment of a civil 
penalty, the case being Thomas C. McMahon, as he is director of the Division of 
the Water Pollution Control of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Plaintiff 
vs. Town of Cohasset, Defendant, Norfolk Superior Court No. 38652, whereby 
the Town agrees to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $10,000.00 due to the 

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allegation that the Town exceeded its discharge permit issued by the Director of 
the Divison of Water Pollution Control of Massachusetts and in accordance with 
the provisions of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act as to waste water flow 
gallons per day, as to biochemical limitation, as to discharge of suspended solids 
and as to discharge of settleable soHds;and whereby the Town Agrees to design 
and construct secondary waste water treatment facilities in accordance with a 
time schedule approved by the Board of Sewer Commissioners; and agrees to 
appropriate by borrowing or otherwise the necessary funds to effectuate the 
above and that the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue (free cash) the sum 
of $10,000.00 to pay said civil penalty. 

Article 7 voted by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the addi- 
tional sum of $295,000.00 to supplement the appropriation of $265,000.00 
voted by the Town under Article 23 of the Annual Town Meeting, March 3, 
1973 as amended by Article 29, Annual Town Meeting, May 6, 1974 and as fur- 
ther amended by Article 2 of the Special Town Meeting, October 31, 1974, so 
that a total of $560,000.00 is appropriated for working plans and specifications 
for a system of main drains and for common sewers, interceptor sewers, street 
service connections, other connections, and other works including but not 
restricted to the modification of or increase in the capacity of the sewage treat- 
ment plant to be located as may be required to extend the existing system of 
sewerage, drainage and sewage disposal in and to each or any of the areas shown 
as Phase 1 on a plan entitled "5-2 Town of Cohasset Recommended Limits of 
PubHc Sewerage" dated May, 1979, which plan is included in the Metcalf and 
Eddy Engineering report entitled "Facilities Plan for Waste Water Management 
dated May 31, 1979", to which plan reference is hereby made for a more par- 
ticular description of said area; and to meet the supplemental appropriation, the 
Treasurer with the approval of the Board of Selectmen is authorized to borrow 
$212,639.59 in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Sec- 
tion 7, Clause 22 and that the sum of $81,800.00 be appropriated from Federal 
Funds received in accordance with the Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 
1972 as amended; and that the balance of $560.41 be appropriated from surplus 
revenue, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the additional sum of 
$295,000.00 to supplement the appropriation of $265,000.00 voted by the 
Town under Article 23 of the Annual Town Meeting, March 3, 1973 as amended 
by Article 29, Annual Town Meeting, May 6, 1974 and as further amended by 
Article 2 of the Special Town Meeting, October 31, 1974, so that a total of 
$560,000.00 is appropriated for working plans and specifications for a system 
of main drains and for common sewers, interceptor sewers, street service con- 
nections, other connections, and other works including but not restricted to the 
modification of or increase in the capacity of the sewage treatment plant to be 
located as may be required to extend the existing system of sewerage, drainage 
and sewage disposal in and to each or any of the areas shown as Phase 1 on a 
plan entitled "5-2 Town of Cohasset Recommended Limits of Public Sewerage" 
dated May, 1979, which plan is included in the Metcalf and Eddy Engineering 
report eneitled "Facilities Plan for Waste Water Management dated May 31, 
1979", to which plan reference is hereby made for a more particular description 

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of said area; and to meet the supplemental appropriation, the Treasurer, with the 
approval of the Board of Selectmen, is authorized to borrow $212,639.59 in 
accordance with Massachusetts General Code Chapter 44, Section 7, Clause 22 
and that the sum of $81,800.00 be appropriated from Federal Funds received in 
accordance with the Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1972 as amended; 
and the balance of $560.41 be appropriated from Surplus Revenue, and further 
that this appropriation be subject to approval by the General Court of the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts of the transfer of the aforesaid land from Con- 
servation use to the Board of Selectmen for a sewage treatment plant and acces- 
sories and appurtenants thereto. 

AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 8 

MOVED: That the Motion on Article 8 be amended to add to the last sen- 
tence the following words, *'and further that expenditure of this appropriation 
of $560,000.00 be under the control of the Board of Sewer Commissioners 
elected on April 12, 1980". 

Amendment defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 8 Voted by a hand vote, yes, 216 to no, 27. 

MOVED and voted unanimously by a voice vote at 1 1 :30 P.M. that this meet- 
ing be dissolved. 

A TRUE COPY ATTEST: 

Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT FOR PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 
TUESDAY MARCH 4, 1980 



The following election officers were sworn in by Town Clerk Charles A. 
Marks at 6:45 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. 



Samuel Hassan, Warden 


R 




Anthony J. Rosano, Clerk 


D 




Mary N. Grassie, Clerk 


R 




Inspectors Democratic 




Inspectors Republican 


Dorothea C. Bjorkgren 




Margaret Stoughton 


Mary A. Fiori 




Eileen M. Buckley 


Bernard Mulcahy 




Maria Pape 


Janice Rosano 




Robert S. Pape 


Jean M. Salvador 




Grace R. Tuckerman 


A. Patricia Barrow 




Nancy E. Sladen 



Carol Townsend Independent 

Mary E. Brennock Democratic Reported at 5 : 00 P.M. 

Dominic M. Baccari Republican Reported at 5 : 00 P.M. 



To bring in their votes to the Primary Officers for the Election of Candidates 
of PoHtical Parties for the following Offices: 

PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE 

DISTRICT MEMBERS OF STATE COMMITTEE (one man and one woman) 

for each PoUtical Party for the Norfolk and Plymouth Senatorial District. 

35 Members of the Democratic Town Committee. 

35 Members of the Republican Town Committee. 

The polls will be open from 7:00 A.M. to 8 :00 P.M. 

The Warden received 4000 ballots - 1000 Repulican, 1000 Democratic in 
Precinct 1. 1000 RepubUcan, 1000 Democratic in Precinct 2. 
Ballot box in princinct 1 registered 0000. 
Ballot box in princinct 2 registered 0000. 

The polls were opened at 7:00 A.M. by the Warden Samuel Hassan and closed 
at 8:00 P.M. 

Ballot box in precinct 1 registered 1373. There were 519 Democratic ballots 
cast and 854 RepubUcan ballots cast. 

Ballot box in precinct 2 registered 1 132. There were 530 Democratic ballots 
cast and 602 Republican ballots cast. 

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Total vote for Precinct 1 


1373 


Precinct 2 


1132 


Total vote 


2505 



There were 59 absentee ballots Precinct 1 cast, 14 Democratic votes 
45 Republican. 

There were 28 absentee ballots Precinct 2 cast, 14 Democratic votes 
14 Republican. 

Total absentee ballots 87 

DEMOCRATIC SLATE 
PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE 

Jimmy Carter 
Edmund G. Brown, Jr. 
Edward M. Kennedy 
No preference 
John Anderson 
Blanks 
Totals 

STATE COMMITTEEMAN 

John Delahanty 

Blanks 

Totals 

STATE COMMITTEEWOMAN 

Norma J. Fenochietti 

Blanks 

Totals 

DEMOCRATIC TOWN COMMITTEE 

James E. Carroll 
Helen Barrow 
Dorothea C. Bjorkgren 
Alice G. Daunt 
Jeremiah F. Barrett 
Margaret R. Charles 
Donna J. McGee 
Patricia Anne Walsh 
John W. Trayers 
Rosaline F. Whittemore 
Peggy W. Hassan 
John L. Pattison 
Mary D. Richard 
Joan M. McAuhffe 



29 



Prec. 1 


Prec. 2 


Total 


193 


164 


357 


30 


17 


47 


261 


331 


592 


13 


8 


21 


8 


1 


9 


14 


9 


23 


519 


530 


1049 


307 


325 


632 


212 


205 


417 


519 


530 


1049 


308 


316 


624 


211 


214 


425 


519 


530 


1049 


267 


268 


535 


284 


295 


579 


256 


244 


500 


289 


292 


581 


258 


239 


497 


304 


270 


574 


274 


296 


570 


280 


278 


558 


257 


278 


535 


250 


237 


487 


285 


296 


581 


265 


245 


510 


255 


228 


483 


268 


249 


517 



Joseph W. MacDonald 
Thomas S. Duggan 
James A. Hagler 
Edward A. Young 
Paul L. Sheppard 
Karen L. Corcoran 
Eleanor Trayers 
Chartis B. Langmaid 
Roberta Q. Cox 
Suzanne P. Moore 
Dorothy M. Flynn 
Joseph Laugelle 
Frank 0. Pattison 
Charlotte Leland 
Gerry E. Studds 
Marguerite M. Libby 
A. Patricia Barrow 
Richard J. Quinlan 
Jeremiah T. Delaney 
Peter J. O'Loughlin, Jr. 
Mildred D. Woomer 
Blanks 
TOTAL 

REPUBLICAN SLATE 
PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE 

John B. Anderson 
Howard H. Baker 
George H. Bush 
John B. ConnaUy 
Ronald W. Reagan 
Robert J. Dole 
Benjamin Fernandez 
Harold Stassen 
Philip M. Crane 
Gerald Ford 
Barry Goldwater 
No Preference 
Blanks 
Total 

STATE COMMITTEEMAN 

Thomas J. Barry 
Samuel B. Spencer 
J. Alan MacKay 
Vincent J. Mina 
Blanks 
Total 



Prec. 1 


Prec. 2 


Total 


264 


261 


525 


264 


265 


529 


261 


243 


504 


283 


297 


580 


251 


261 


512 


257 


229 


486 


252 


270 


522 


293 


273 


566 


280 


262 


542 


245 


237 


482 


278 


242 


520 


307 


309 


616 


278 


252 


530 


241 


235 


476 


374 


366 


740 


278 


281 


559 


263 


263 


526 


246 


233 


479 


262 


244 


506 


290 


262 


552 


264 


291 


555 


8642 


9259 


17,901 


18,165 


18,550 


36,715 



215 


133 


348 


27 


25 


52 


348 


202 


550 


15 


3 


18 


209 


212 


421 


1 


1 


2 


1 





1 











10 


5 


15 


3 


9 


12 





1 


1 


3 


3 


6 


22 


8 


30 


854 


602 


1456 



305 


197 


502 


46 


32 


78 


287 


210 


497 


12 


10 


22 


204 


153 


351 


854 


602 


1456 



30 



Prec. 1 



Prec. 2 



Total 



STATE COMMITTEEWOMAN 

Paula E. Logan 
Nancy O'Toole 
Jean Robinson 
Blanks 
Total 

REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE 

Margaret M. O'Donnell 
Donald R. Trettis 
Rita M. Strong 
Judith A. Burke 
John E. Kuhn 
Patricia C. Buckley 
Arnold N. Weeks 
Vivien A. Bobo 
Michael J. Howley 
Eric G. Pearson 
Grace R. Tuckerman 
William D. Weeks 
Mary Jeanette Murray 
Lillian M. Murray 
Arthur L. Clark 
Gregory J. McCarthy 
Edward F. Marshall 
Richard J. Silvia 
Christine P. Collins 
Burtram J. Pratt 
Clarence M. Grassie 
Martha K. Gjesteby 
Frank W. England 
Robert C. Jordan, Jr. 
Edward F. Woods 
Nancy O'Toole 
Geoffrey E. Nothnagle 
Maureen D. Harris 
Janet R. Rayment 
Wayne Sawchuk 
Anne Moore 
Evelyne M. Griffin 
Harold E. Coughlin 
Juliette D. Guild 
David E. Place 
Blanks 
Totals 



The poUs closed at 8:00 P.M. 

Moved that this meeting be dissolved at 10: 15 P.M 
ATTEST: 
True Copy: 



501 


313 


814 


274 


216 


490 


30 


23 


53 


49 


50 


99 


854 


602 


1456 


445 


310 


755 


516 


327 


843 


453 


289 


742 


433 


284 


717 


456 


296 


752 


534 


348 


882 


552 


342 


894 


519 


298 


817 


454 


300 


754 


450 


308 


758 


508 


337 


845 


631 


404 


1035 


603 


428 


1031 


461 


310 


771 


587 


415 


1002 


434 


296 


730 


473 


290 


763 


517 


361 


878 


485 


335 


820 


527 


341 


868 


453 


292 


745 


491 


320 


811 


506 


324 


830 


514 


327 


841 


556 


357 


913 


517 


339 


856 


511 


322 


833 


430 


276 


706 


426 


273 


699 


481 


332 


813 


433 


277 


710 


430 


273 


703 


447 


296 


743 


490 


301 


791 


614 


392 


1006 


12,553 


9750 


22,303 


29,890 


21,070 


50,960 



Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk of Cohasset 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
REPORT OF THE ANNUAL TOWN MEETING HELD APRIL 5, 1980 

At the Annual Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 
10:00 A.M., the following articles were contained in the Warrant and acted upon 
as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed by the Selectmen for entrance and sworn in 
by Town Clerk Charies A. Marks at 9: 15 A.M. were Margaret C. Hernan, Barbara 
Williams, Mary M. Brennock and Constance Jones. 

Tellers appointed by the Moderator David E. Place were Bernard Mulcahy, 
Robert Pape, Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. and Nancy E. Sladen. 

The Number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting lists was 
283. 

The meeting was called to order at 11:18 A.M. by the Moderator and the 
Town Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Rev. John Benbow gave the invocation. 

Members of the Cohasset Boy Scout Troup presented the colors and lead the 
pledge of allegiance to the flag. 

At 11:50 A.M. the Moderator declared a recess of the Annual Town Meeting 
to complete the business of the Special Town Meeting called for 10:15 A.M. 

At 12:00 Noon the Moderator reconvened the Annual Town Meeting. 

RESOLUTION BY ARTHUR L. CLARK, 
CHAIRMAN BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Whereas Emily B. Gleason has completed 49 years as an outstanding Trustee 
of the Cohasset Free Public Library, and this year is not seeking reelection. 

And whereas she has been an important factor in maintaining and improving 
the fine character of our town library, as well as guiding it toward its present 
modem condition, 

Be it therefore resolved that we citizens of Cohasset here assembled at this 
Town Meeting to conduct the business of the Town, do hereby commend and 
truly thank her for focussing her vision, wisdom and humor on the well-being of 
Cohasset's Hbrary for these many years. 

Signed this day onf the fifth day of April, in the year of our Lord, nineteen 
hundred and eighty. 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Arthur L. Clark 
Henry W. AinsUe, Jr. 
Rocco F. Laugelle 

Resolution voted unanimously by a voice vote and a standing ovation. 

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Article 1. To choose all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 

MOVED: That the appropriate appointing authority as set forth by the Gen- 
eral Laws appoint all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 

Article 1 . Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To act upon the reports of the various Town Officers as printed in 
the Annual Town Report for 1979. 

MOVED: That the report of the various Town Officers as printed in the 
Annual Town Report for 1979 be accepted. 

Article 2. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To hear the report of any Committee heretofore chosen and act 
thereon. 

MOVED: That the report of any Committee heretofore chosen be heard and 
that the reports of Town Committees be heard, accepted, and that the Commit- 
tees continue in office. 

Capital Budget Committee made a report. 

Article 3. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 4. 

(Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Arthur L. Clark, Chairman, and others.) 

To see if the Town will vote to fix the salaries and compensation of Elected 
Officers, and to see what sums the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, from 
available funds, or otherwise, for the payment of said salaries and compensation, 
expenses, equipment and outlays, capital and otherwise, of the several Town 
Departments, for the ensuing fiscal year, or to act on anything relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That this article be considered, covered and acted upon in one vote, 
that the sum of $7,042,370.00 is appropriated, the sum of $46,407.00 for sala- 
ries of elected Town Officers as follows. Town Clerk $4,599.00, Clerk, Board of 
Registrars, $329.00, Highway Surveyor, $16,000.00, Moderator $150.00, Trea- 
surer-CoUector $18,529.00, Selectmen $3,100.00, Assessors $3,700.00 for the 
ensuing fiscal year and that $6,995,963.00 for interest, maturing debts, charges, 
salaries, compensations, operations. Maintenance, capital outlays and expenses 
for the various departments for the ensuing fiscal year said being recommended 
for all purposes, itemized per accounts number 1-00 thru 49-00 inclusive, copy 
attached hereto, and to meet said appropriation the sum of $993.39 is trans- 
ferred from Dog licenses received from County, $2,919.38 is transferred from 
State Aid for Libraries, $95,000.00 is transferred from Federal Revenue Sharing 
Funds received or to be received, $476,053.00 from Water Department Esti- 
mated receipts, $27,000.00 from Water Dept. Surplus Revenue, and the balance 
$6,440,404.23 is raised by taxation. 

Article 4. Voted by a hand vote in the affirmative. 

Yes, 183, No, 13, Did not vote either way, 6. 



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50 



ARTICLE 5. 

(Inserted by the Board of Selectmen at the request of the Personnel Com- 
mittee, Millard L. Drake, Chairman, and others.) 

To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of the Personnel Com- 
mittee, and to see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification 
By-Law Schedule by adopting or amending and heretofore adopted and to raise 
and appropriate a sum of money necessary to pay said increases in compensation 
according to any amendments to said Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule, 
for the ensuing fiscal year or act on anything relating thereto. 

RECOMMENDED 

SALARY SCHEDULE 



SCHEDULE NO. 1 



Pay Group 

SI 
S2 
S3 
S4 
S5 
S6 
S7 



S8 

S9 

SIO 

Sll 

S12 

S13 

S14 

S15 

S16 

S17 

S18 

SCHEDULE NO. 2 



PS-9 

PS-11 
PS-12 
PS-IS 





HOURLY 




July 1,1980 to 
June 30, 1981 


iin. Rate 


1st Step 


2nd Step 


Max. Rate 


3.97 


4.10 


4.25 


4.34 


4.10 


4.25 


4.34 


4.63 


4.25 


4.34 


4.63 


4.91 


4.34 


4.63 


4.91 


5.17 


4.63 


4.91 


5.17 


5.40 


4.91 


5.17 


5.40 


5.69 


5.17 


5.40 

ANNUAL 


5.69 


5.99 


12,209 


12,665 


13,081 


13,519 


13,013 


13,393 


13,771 


14,152 


13,758 


14,176 


14,595 


15,009 


14,339 


14,780 


15,224 


15,668 


15,237 


15,715 


16,196 


16,678 


15,668 


16,171 


16,676 


17,220 


16,604 


17,286 


17,972 


18,647 


17,194 


17,871 


18,557 


19,239 


19,876 


20,650 


21,452 


22,288 


20,937 


21,753 


22,599 


23,479 


21,939 


22,905 


23,796 


24,725 




ANNUAL 




July 1, 1980 to 
June 30, 1981 




Police Department 






(Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 




14,405 


14,744 


15,082 


15,588 


— 


— 


— 


17,303 


— 


— 


— 


19,206 


— 


— 


_ 


28,058 



Police officers working night shifts are paid an additional premium of 6^% 

51 



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ANNUAL 
Fire Department 




July 1,1979 to 
June 30, 1980 






(Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 




►-9 




12,912 


13,233 


13,567 


13,872 


►-10 




- 


- 


- 


14,835 


►-11 




14,970 


15,343 


15,712 


16,086 


-12 




16,594 


16,824 


17,250 


17,674 


►-15 




- 


- 


- 


24,970 



PS-15 Police Chief and FS-15 Fire Chief while not covered by Collective Bargain- 
ing agreement are paid at a rate equal to 1 .8 times the Maximum Rate of PS-9 
and FS-9 in accordance with Mass. G. L. Ch. 48 Section 57G. 



SCHEDULE NO. 4 



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W2 

W3 

W4 

W5 

W6 

W7 

W8 

W9 

WIO 

Wll 

W12 

WWl 

WW2 

WW3 

SCHEDULE NO. 5 



4.59 


4.73 


4.87 


5.01 


5.08 


5.24 


5.33 


5.45 


5.58 


5.71 


5.72 


5.92 


5.85 


6.00 


5.90 


6.04 


6.07 


6.26 


6.34 


6.46 


6.60 


6.79 


6.93 


7.14 


4.87 


5.01 


5.72 


5.92 


6.58 


6.71 



PART TIME POSITIONS 



Caretaker of Perkins Cemetery and Beechwood Cemetery 

Inspector of Slaughtering and Animals 

Veterans' Agent 

Assistant Harbor Master (2) 

Assistant Harbor Master — Per Hour 

Night Patrol - Harbor - Per Hour 

Member, Board of Registrars 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 

Constable — Per Notice 

Intermittent Patrolman - Per Hour 

Election Officers — Per Hour 

Election Clerk - Per Hour 

Election Warden - Per Hour 





July 


1,1980 to 




June 30, 1981 


4.90 




5.03 


5.17 




5.33 


5.42 




5.58 


5.61 




5.79 


5.90 




6.04 


6.05 




6.25 


6.08 




6.33 


6.16 




6.37 


6.35 




6.57 


6.61 




6.76 


6:98 




7.17 


7.32 




7.52 


5.17 




5.33 


6.05 




6.25 


6.87 




7.03 
RATE 




July 


1,1980 to 




June 30, 1981 


ry 




$ 3.96 






277.00 






1,600.00 






50.00 






4.25 






4.25 






326.00 






500.00 






15.00 






5.33 






3.22 






3.48 






3.79 



52 



Casual Labor - Per Hour 

Grave Digger - Per Grave 

Director of Civil Defense 

Intermittent Firefighter - Per Hour 

Superintendent Sewer Dept. - Annually 

Shellfish Constable 

Pages (library) Per Hour 

Custodian (Library) Per Hour 

Planning Board — Administrative Secretary 

Zoning Board of Appeals - Secretary 

Conservation Commission - Clerical Assistance 



3.76 
45.00 

310.50 

5.33 

1,572.00 

200.00 
2.72 
4.38 
4.12 
4.53 
4.12 



LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 



DEPARTMENT 


PAY GROUP 


SCHEDULE 


HOURS 


Board of Selectmen 








Administrative Secretary 
Clerk 


S7 

S2 


1 
1 


35 
35 


Town Accountant 


S18 


1 




Clerk and Assistant Accountant 


S6 


1 


35 


Clerk-Bookkeeper 


S5 


1 


35 


Treasurer-Collector 








Assistant Treasurer and Clerk 


S6 


1 


35 


Clerk 


S4 


1 


35 


Clerk 


S4 


1 


15 


Board of Assessors 








Qerk 


S6 


1 


35 


Clerk Typist 


S3 


1 


20 


Town Clerk 








Clerk and Assistant Town Qerk 


S6 


1 


35 


Town Hall Custodian 


W3 


4 


40 


Police Department 
Police Chief 


PS15 


2 




Lieutenant 


PS12 


2 


37^ 


Sergeant 
Patrolman 


PSll 
PS9 


2 
2 


37^ 
37^ 


Fire Department 
Fire Chief 


FS15 


3 




Deputy Chief 

Captain 

Firefighter-Master Mechanic 


FS12 
FSll 
FSIO 


3 
3 
3 


42 
42 
42 


Private 


FS9 


3 


42 



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DEPARTMENT 



PAY GROUP SCHEDULE HOURS 



Wire Department 
Superintendent 
Engineer 
Lineman 
Lineman Apprentice 



S14 
W12 
W5 

W4 



40 
40 
40 



Building Inspector & Zoning Officer 



S12 



40 



Tree and Park Department 
Superintendent - Working 
Skilled Laborer 
Tree Qimber 
Laborer 
Laborer - Cemetery 



S12 
W-7 
W-5 

W4 

W-2 



40 
40 
40 
40 
40 



Board of Health 
Health Agent 
Clerk 



S13 

S3 



17^ 



Sewer Department 

Chief Operator WW3 

Operator - Part Time WW2 

Assistant Operator - Part Time WWl 

Utility Man - Part Time W4 

Clerk S3 



40 



17H 



Highway Department 
Working Foreman 
Supervisor of Disposal Area 
Heavy Equipment Operator 
Skilled Laborer 
Laborer - Disposal Area 
Laborer — Truck Driver 
Laborer 



WIO 

W9 

W8 

W5 

W3 

W2 

Wl 



40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 



Harbor Department 
Harbor Master 



SU 



Library 

Chief Librarian 

Librarian 

Librarian 

Paraprofessional 

Clerk 

Clerk 

Clerk 

Custodian 

Pages 



S16 ] 




S8 ] 


35 


S8 ] 


I Part-Time 


S7 ] 


I 14 


S2 ] 


I 25 


SI ] 


I 29 


SI ] 


I 25 


t 


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54 



DEPARTMENT 



PAY GROUP SCHEDULE HOURS 



Recreation Department 








Recreation Director 


S13 


1 




Water Department 








Superintendent 


S16 


1 




Clerk 


S5 


1 


35 


Chief Treatinent Plant Operator 


Wll 


4 


40 


Treatment Plant Operators 


W5 


4 


40 


Engineer 


W9 


4 


40 


Serviceman 


W8 


4 


40 


Utility Man 


W4 


4 


40 


Working Foreman 


WIO 


4 


40 



SCHEDULE 1 

COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 
BY-LAW IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 5 



FOLIO 



DEPARTMENT 



2-00 

3-00 

4-00 

6-00 

9-00 

11-00 

12-00 

12-01 

15-00 

17-00 

18-00 

20-00 

23-00 

24-00 

25-00 

29-00 

34-00 

36-00 

46-00 

47-00 



Selectmen - Personal Services 
Accountant — Personal Services 
Treasurer-Collector - Personal Services 
Assessors — Personal Services 
Town Clerk — Personal Services 
Town Hall - Personal Services 
Police Dept. - Personal Services 
Police Dept. — Expenses 
Wire Dept. — Personal Services 
Building Inspector - Personal Services 
Tree and Park Dept. — Personal Services 
Board of Health — Personal Services 
Disposal Area — Personal Services 
Sewer Dept. - Personal Services 
Highway Dept. — Personal Services 
Harbor Dept. - Personal Services 
Library Dept. - Personal Services 
Recreation Dept. — Personal Services 
Water Dept. — Personal Services 
Cemeteries - Personal Services 



$2,415.00 
3,320.00 
1,596.00 
1,065.00 
792.00 
1,282.00 

26,508.00 
900.00 
4,715.00 
2,103.00 
3,805.00 
1,981.00 
1,890.00 
2,529.00 
5,827.00 
1,706.00 
7,219.00 
1,706.00 

10,652.00 
793.00 



$82,804.00 



55 



Article 5. MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Personnel 
Committee with respect to amending the Personnel Classification By-Law Sched- 
ule be and hereby is amended by adopting, inserting and substituting the follow- 
ing schedule for the schedule heretofore adopted; and that the sum of $10,652.00 
be appropriated from Water Department estimated receipts and the balance of 
$113,084.00 is raised and appropriated by taxation to pay increases set forth in 
the amended schedule for the ensuing fiscal period and these amounts are to be 
credited to the personal services and expense appropriation accounts affected in 
accordance with the attached schedule. 



SALARY SCHEDULE 



SCHEDULE NO. 1 



Pay Group 

SI 

S2 
S3 
S4 
S5 
S6 
S7 



S8 

S9 

SIO 

Sll 

S12 

S13 

S14 

S15 

S16 

S17 

SIS 

SCHEDULE NO. 2 



PS-9 
PS- 11 
PS-12 
PS-15 





HOURLY 




July 1, 1980 to 








June 30, 1981 


lin. Rate 


1st Step 


2nd Step 


Max. Rate 


3.97 


4.10 


4.25 


4.34 


4.10 


4.25 


4.34 


4.63 


4.25 


4.34 


4.63 


4.91 


4.34 


4.63 


4.91 


5.17 


4.63 


4.91 


5.17 


5.40 


4.91 


5.17 


5.40 


5.69 


5.17 


5.40 

ANNUAL 


5.69 


5.99 


12,209 


12,665 


13,081 


13,519 


13,013 


13,393 


13,771 


14,152 


13,758 


14,176 


14,595 


15,009 


14,339 


14,780 


15,224 


15,668 


15,237 


15,715 


16,196 


16,678 


15,668 


16,171 


16,676 


17,220 


16,604 


17,286 


17,972 


18,647 


17,194 


17,871 


18,557 


19,239 


19,876 


20,650 


21,452 


22,288 


20,937 


21,753 


22,599 


23,479 


21,939 


22,905 


23,796 


24,725 




ANNUAL 




July 1,1980 to 
June 30, 1981 




Police Department 






(Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 




14,405 


14,744 


15,082 


15,588 


— 


— 


— 


17,303 


— 


— 


— 


19,206 








— 


28,058 



Police officers working night shifts are paid an additional premium of 6H%. 



56 



HEDUL 


ENO. 3 




ANNUAL 
Fire Department 




July 1,1980 to 
June 30, 1981 






(Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 




FS-9 




13,880 


14,225 


14,585 


14,912 


FS-10 




— 


— 


- 


15,948 


FS-U 




16,093 


16,494 


16,890 


17,292 


FS-12 




17,839 


18,086 


18,544 


19,000 


FS-15 




— 


— 


— 


26,842 



PS-15 Police Chief and FS-15 Fire Chief while not covered by Collective Bargain- 
ing agreement are paid at a rate equal to 1 .8 times the Maximum Rate of PS-9 
and FS-9 in accordance with Mass. G. L. Ch. 48 Section 57G. 



SCHEDULE NO. 4 



Wl 

W2 

W3 

W4 

W5 

W6 

W7 

W8 

W9 

WIO 

Wll 

W12 

WWl 

WW2 

WW3 

SCHEDULE NO. 5 





HOURLY 


4.59 


4.73 


4.87 


5.01 


5.08 


5.24 


5.33 


5.45 


5.58 


5.71 


5.72 


5.92 


5.85 


6.00 


5.90 


6.04 


6.07 


6.26 


6.34 


6.46 


6.60 


6.79 


6.93 


7.14 


4.87 


5.01 


5.72 


5.92 


6.58 


6.71 



PART TIME POSITIONS 



Caretaker of Perkins Cemetery and Beechwood Cemetery 

Inspector of Slaughtering and Animals 

Veterans' Agent 

Assistant Harbor Master (2) 

Assistant Harbor Master - Per Hour 

Night Patrol - Harbor - Per Hour 

Member, Board of Registrars 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 

Constable — Per Notice 

Intermittent Patrolman — Per Hour 

Election Officers - Per Hour 

Election Clerk - Per Hour 

Election Warden - Per Hour 





July 


1,1980 to 




June 30, 1981 


4.90 




5.03 


5.17 




5.33 


5.42 




5.58 


5.61 




5.79 


5.90 




6.04 


6.05 




6.25 


6.08 




6.33 


6.16 




6.37 


6.35 




6.57 


6.61 




6.76 


6.98 




7.17 


7.32 




7.52 


5.17 




5.33 


6.05 




6.25 


6.87 




7.03 
RATE 




July 


1, 1980 to 




June 30, 1981 


iry 




$ 3.96 






277.00 






1,600.00 






50.00 






4.25 






4.25 






326.00 






500.00 






15.00 






5.33 






3.22 






3.48 






3.79 



57 



Casual Labor - Per Hour 

Grave Digger - Per Grave 

Director of Civil Defense 

Intermittent Firefighter - Per Hour 

Superintendent Sewer Dept. — Annually 

Shellfish Constable 

Pages (Library) Per Hour 

Custodian (Library) Per Hour 

Planning Board - Administrative Secretary 

Zoning Board of Appeals — Secretary 

Conservation Commission — Clerical Assistance 



3.76 
45.00 

310.50 

5.33 

1,572.00 

200.00 
2.72 
4.38 
4.12 
4.53 
4.12 



LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 



DEPARTMENT 


PAY GROUP 


SCHEDULE 


HOURS 


Board of Selectmen 








Administrative Secretary 
Clerk 


S7 
S2 




35 
35 


Town Accountant 


S18 






Clerk and Assistant Accountant 


S6 




35 


Clerk-Bookkeeper 


S5 




35 


Treasurer-Collector 








Assistant Treasurer and Clerk 


S6 




35 


Clerk 


S4 




35 


Clerk 


S4 




15 


Board of Assessors 








Clerk 


S6 




35 


Clerk Typist 


S3 




20 


Town Clerk 








Clerk and Assistant Town Clerk 


S6 




35 


Town Hall Custodian 


W3 




40 


PoUce Department 
PoUce Chief 


PS15 






Lieutenant 


PS12 


2 


3V/i 


Sergeant 
Patrolman 


PSll 
PS9 


2 
2 


37H 


Fire Department 
Fire Chief 


FS15 


3 




Deputy Chief 

Captain 

Firefighter-Master Mechanic 


FS12 
FSll 
FSIO 


3 
3 
3 


42 
42 
42 


Private 


FS9 


3 


42 



58 



DEPARTMENT P 


AYGRO 


Wire Department 




Superintendent 


S14 


Engineer 


W12 


lineman 


W5 


Lineman Apprentice 


W4 


Building Inspector & Zoning Officer 


S12 


Tree and Park Department 




Superintendent - Working 


812 


Skilled Laborer 


W-7 


Tree Qimber 


W-5 


Laborer 


W-4 


Laborer - Cemetery 


W-2 


Board of Health 




Health Agent 


S13 


Clerk 


S3 


Sewer Department 




Chief Operator 


WW3 


Operator - Part Time 


WW2 


Assistant Operator - Part Time 


WWl 


UtiHty Man - Part Time 


W4 


Clerk 


S3 


Highway Department 




Working Foreman 


WIO 


Supervisor of Disposal Area 


W9 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


W8 


Skilled Laborer 


W5 


Laborer - Disposal Area 


W3 


Laborer - Truck Driver 


W2 


Laborer 


Wl 



HOURS 



40 
40 
40 



40 



40 
40 
40 
40 
40 



17^ 



40 



17^ 



40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 



Harbor Department 
Harbor Master 



Sll 



library 

Chief Librarian 

Dbrarian 

Librarian 

Paraprofessional 

Clerk 

Clerk 

Clerk 

Custodian 

Pages 



S16 






S8 




35 


88 




Part-Time 


87 




14 


82 




25 


81 




29 


81 




25 






18 









59 



DEPARTMENT PAY GROUP SCHEDULE HOURS 



Recreation Department 










Recreation Director 




S13 


1 




Water Department 










Superintendent 




S16 


1 




Clerk 




S6 


1 


35 


Chief Treatment Plant Operator 


Wll 


4 


40 


Treatment Plant Operators 




W8 


4 


40 


Engineer 




W9 


4 


40 


Serviceman 




W8 


4 


40 


Utility Man 




W4 


4 


40 


Working Foreman 




WIO 


4 


40 




SCHEDULE 1 







COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 
BY-LAW IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 5 

FOLIO DEPARTMENT 

2-00 Selectmen - Personal Services $2,41 5.00 

3-00 Accountant - Personal Services 3,320.00 

4-00 Treasurer-Collector - Personal Services 1 ,596.00 

6-00 Assessors - Personal Services 1,065.00 

9-00 Town Clerk - Personal Services 792.00 

1 1-00 Town HaU - Personal Services 1 ,282.00 

12-00 Police Dept. - Personal Services 26,508.00 

12-01 Police Dept. - Expenses 900.00 

1 5-00 Wire Dept. - Personal Services 4,71 5.00 

17-00 Building Inspector — Personal Services 2,103.00 

1 8-00 Tree and Park Dept. - Personal Services 3,805.00 

20-00 Board of Health - Personal Services 1 ,98 1 .00 

23-00 Disposal Area - Personal Services 1 ,890.00 

24-00 Sewer Dept. - Personal Services 2,529.00 

25-00 Highway Dept. - Personal Services 5,827.00 

29-00 Harbor Dept. - Personal Services 1 ,706.00 

34-00 Ubrary Dept. - Personal Services 7,219.00 

36-00 Recreation Dept. - Personal Services 1,706.00 

46-00 Water Dept. - Personal Services 10,652.00 

47-00 Cemeteries - Personal Services 793.00 

13-00 Fire Dept. - Personal Services 39,672.00 

13-02 Fire Dept. - Expenses 1,260.00 

$123,736.00 
Article 5, Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



60 



ARTICLE 6. 

(Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Arthur L. Clark, Chairman and others.) 

To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of the Selectmen with 
respect to salaries of the Town Elected Officials and to see if the Town will vote 
to accept said recommendations recommending and adopting, or amending and 
adopting the schedule heretofore accepted and adopted and to raise and appro- 
priate a sum of money necessary to pay for the increase in salary of the 
Treasurer-CoUector, Highway Surveyor, and Chairman of Board of Selectmen for 
the ensuing fiscal year or act on anything relating thereto. 

RECOMMENDED 



SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 
(FOR INFORMATION ONLY-NOT SUBJECT TO COMPENSATION PLAN) 



JOB TITLE 


ANNUAL RATES 


July 1, 1980 to 
June 30, 1981 


Town Clerk 




$ 4,599 


Clerk, Board of Registrars 




329 


Highway Surveyor 
Moderator 




17,200 
150 


Treasurer-Collector 




19,919 


Board of Selectmen 






Chairman (For Fiscal 1981 


only) 


6,100 


Member 




1,000 


Board of Assessors 






Chairman 




1,300 


Member 




1,200 



SCHEDULE 2 

COST OF CHANGES IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED 
OFFICIALS IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 6 

FOLIO DEPARTMENT ELECTED OFFICIALS 

2-00 Selectmen - Personal Services $5,000.00 

4-00 Treasurer-Collector Salary 1,390.00 

25-00 Highway Surveyor 1,200.00 



$7,590.00 



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Article 6. MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Board of 
Selectmen be and hereby is accepted and the following salary schedule for the 
Town Elected Officials be and hereby is adjusted, accepted and substituted for 
the schedule heretofore adjusted and that the sum of $7,590.00 be and hereby is 
raised and appropriated by taxation to pay for increases of salaries of Treasurer- 
Collector, Highway Surveyor and Chairman of the Board of Selectmen as set 
forth in the substituted schedule for the ensuing fiscal period, and this amount is 
to be credited to the salary appropriation accounts affected in accordance with 
the attached schedule. 



SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 
(FOR INFORMATION ONLY-NOT SUBJECT TO COMPENSATION PLAN) 

JOB TITLE ANNUAL RATES July 1 , 1980 to 

June 30, 1981 

Town Clerk $ 4,599 

Clerk, Board of Registrars 329 

Highway Surveyor 17,200 

Moderator 150 

Treasurer-Collector 1 9 ,9 1 9 
Board of Selectmen 

Chairman (For Fiscal 1981 only) 6,100 

Member 1,000 
Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300 

Member 1,200 



SCHEDULE 2 

COST OF CHANGES IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED 
OFFICIALS IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 6 

FOLIO DEPARTMENT ELECTED OFFICIALS 

2-00 Selectmen - Personal Services $5,000.00 

4-00 Treasurer-Collector Salary 1,390.00 

25-00 Highway Surveyor 1,200.00 



$7,590.00 



Article. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

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Article 7. To see if the Town will appropriate from Overlay Surplus and 
Surplus Revenue the sum of $75,000.00 for the purpose of a Reserve Fund, or 
act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the sum of 
$75,000.00 for the purpose of a Reserve Fund. 

Article 7. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY JAMES LAGROTTERIA 

Be it resolved that a Public Safety Committee be formed. 

Said Committee to consist of five members and these members to be ap- 
pointed by the Chairman Board of Selectmen, the Chairman of the Advisory 
Committee and the Moderator. The purpose of this Public Safety Committee 
will be to: 

1. Evaluate the space and equipment needs of all Public Safety Departments 
to include all of those departments within the category of Protection of Persons 
and Property. 

2. Evaluate the organization of all PubUc Safety Departments. 

3. Or act on anything relating thereto. 

Said Committee is to be responsible for submission of a final report to the 
Board of Selctmen prior to January 1, 1981. 

The PubUc Safety Committee is to consult with all Public Safety Depart- 
ments, the Personnel Committee, the Advisory Committee and the Capital Bud- 
get Committee prior to submission of their report to the Board of Selectmen. 
This Committee to be discharged upon the completion of the next Annual Town 
Meeting. 

The Moderator called for a voice vote on the Resolution and declared the 
vote to be even. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will assume liability in the manner provided in 
Section 29 of Chapter 91 of the General Laws, as most recently amended by 
Chapter 5, Acts of 1955, for all damages that may be incurred by work to be 
performed by the Department of Public Works of Massachusetts for the improve- 
ments, development, maintenance and protection of tidal and non-tidal rivers 
and streams, harbors, tidewaters and foreshores and shores along a public beach 
including Merrimac and Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with Section II or 
Chapter 91 of the General Laws, and authorize the Selectmen to execute and de- 
liver a bond of indemnity therefor to the Commonwealth or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town assume liability in the manner provided in Section 
29 of Chapter 91 of the General Laws, as most recently amended by Chapter 5, 

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Acts of 1955, for all damages that may be incurred by work to be performed by 
the Department of Public Works of Massachusetts for the improvements, devel- 
opment, maintenance and protection of tidal and non-tidal rivers and streams, 
harbors, tidewaters and foreshores and shores along a public beach including 
Merrimac and Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with Section II of Chapter 91 of 
the General Laws, and authorize the Selectmen to execute and deliver a bond of 
indemnity therefore to the Commonwealth. 

Article 8. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of $23,936.00 for the use of the South Shore Regional 
School District, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of $23,936.00 be and hereby is raised by taxation 
and appropriated for the use of the South Shore Regional School District for the 
ensuing fiscal year to pay Cohasset's share of the assessment for the South Shore 
Regional School District. 

Article 9. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will authorize the Town Treasurer, with the 
approval of the Selectmen, to borrow money from time to time in anticipation 
of the revenue of the financial year beginning July 1, 1980, in accordance with 
the provisions of the General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or 
notes therefor, payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may 
be given for any period of less than one year in accordance with General Laws, 
Chapter 44, Section 17, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval 
of the Selectmen, to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of the 
revenue of the financial year beginning July 1, 1980, in accordance with the pro- 
visions of the General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or notes 
therefore, payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may be 
given for any period of less than one year in accordance with General Laws, 
Chapter 44, Section 17. 

Article 10. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY DONNA MAGEE 

Submitted by the Committee to Survey the Structure of the Town Govern- 
ment, William D. Weeks, Chairman. 

Resolved, That it is the sense of this meeting that the Board of Assessors 
shall: 

Set the tax rate within thirty (30) days following adjourrmient of the Annual 
Town Meeting, assuming receipt of "Notice to Assessors of Fiscal Estimated 
Charges and Receipts to be Used in Determining Tax Levy" (Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 58, Section 25a and Chapter 59, Sections 21 and 23), 

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commonly referred to as the "Cherry Sheet", or not later than September 1, in 
each year, whichever date first occurs. 

Resolution voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
$2,739.00 for the purpose of maintaining during the ensuing year the mosquito 
control works and improvements of low lands and swamps as estimated and cer- 
tified by the State Reclamation Board in accordance with the provisions of 
Chapter 112, Acts of 1931, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $2,739.00 by 
taxation for the purpose of maintaining during the ensuing year the Mosquito 
control works and improvements of low lands and swamps as estimated and cer- 
tified by the State Reclamation Board in accordance with the provisions of 
Chapter 112, Acts of 1931. 

Article 1 1 . Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 12. To see if the Town, acting on the jurisdiction and provisions of 
Chapter 252, of the General Laws, will join in the South Shore Mosquito Con- 
trol Project in conjunction with the City of Quincy, and other Towns adjoining 
therein, and will raise and appropriate the sum of $8,853.00 for the purpose of 
paying Cohasset's share therefor, the same to be paid to the Massachusetts 
Reclamation Board, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town, acting upon the jurisdiction and provisions of 
Chapter 252, of the General Laws, join in the South Shore Mosquito Control 
Project in conjunction with the City of Quincy, and other Towns adjoining 
therein, and raise and appropriate the sum of $8,853.00 by taxation for the pur- 
pose of paying Cohasset's share therefore, the same to be paid to the Massachu- 
setts Reclamation Board. 

Article 12. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will accept a collective bargaining agreement 
made by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Permanent Fire 
Fighters Association and to see what sum of money the town will raise and 
appropriate to effectuate said agreement, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitly postponed. 

Article 13. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $939.00 for the 
purpose of paying James Litchfield the Building Inspector and Zoning Officer 
for services rendered, as recommended by the Board of Selectmen and the Per- 
sonnel Committee or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate $939.00 by taxation for the 
purpose of paying James Litchfield the Building Inspector and Zoning Officer 

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for services rendered, as recommended by the Board of Selectmen and the Per- 
sonnel Committee. 

Article 14. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



Article 15. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
$3,072.00 to increase the salary of the Town Clerk to $7,671.00 and to meet 
said appropriation the sum of $2,000.00 be transferred from Elections, Registra- 
tions and Town Meeting — Personal Services, Account #10-00, the sum of 
$744.00 from Town Clerk - Personal Services, Account #9-00 and the sum of 
$298.00 by taxation, or act on anything relating thereto. 

Mr. Arthur Clark, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen told the meeting that 
this article would be turned over to the Committee to Survey the Structure of 
the Town Government. 



MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 15. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



Article 16. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate a sum of 
$30,000.00 to be expended for the installation of a new boiler and repairs to the 
heating system in the Town Hall, for the installation of storm windows, carpenter 
repairs, insulation, and painting of the exterior, and authorize the Selectmen to 
apply for State and Federal Grants that are or may be available for the above 
purposes or act on anthing relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate a sum of $30,000.00 by 
taxation to be expended for the installation of a new boiler and repairs to the 
heating system in the Town Hall, for the installation of storm windows, other 
repairs, insulation, and painting of the exterior, and authorize the Selectmen to 
apply for State and Federal Grants that are or may be available for the above 
purposes. 

Article 16. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



Article 17. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
$32,000.00 to be expended by the Committee to Study Space Needs for Town 
Offices for the preparation of detailed plans, working drawings and specifica- 
tions in connection with the renovation of the Town Hall and its office space 
and securing bids for the same, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $32,000.00 by 
taxation to be expended by the Committee to Study Space Needs for Town 
Offices for the preparation of detailed plans, working drawings and specifica- 
tions in connection with the renovation of the Town Hall and its office space 
and securing bids for the same. 

Article 17. Motion defeated by a voice vote. 

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Second motion under article 17. 

MOVED: To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
$13,000.00 by taxation to be expended by the Committee to Study Space 
Needs for Town Offices for the preparation of detailed plans, working drawings 
and specifications for (1) the installation of a sprinkler system (2) the replace- 
ment of the present steam heating system with a zoned forced hot water heating 
system and (3) a ventilation cooling system in the Town Hall and securing bids 
for the same. 

Article 17. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate a sum of $6500. 
for the exterior painting, installation of storm windows and other repairs to the 
Central Police and Fire Station on Elm Street including the replacement of 
defective masonry or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate a sum of $6500.00 by taxa- 
tion for the exterior painting, installation of storm windows and other repairs to 
the Central Police and Fire Station on Elm Street including the replacement of 
defective masonry. 

Article 18. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
$3,810.00 to purchase 200 new chairs more or less for the Town Hall Auditor- 
ium and 3 chairs for the Selectmen's Office, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $3,8 10.00 by 
taxation to purchase approximately 200 new chairs for the Town Hall Audi- 
torijm and 3 chairs for the Selectmen's Office. 

Article 19. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 20. To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Board of Selectmen 
to petition the General Court of Massachusetts to enact the following or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

An act providing that members of the Police Department of the Town of 
Cohasset shall be exempted from the Civil Service Laws and Rules. 

Section 1 : 

Not withstanding any contrary provision of law, appointments to and promo- 
tions in the Police Department force of the Town of Cohasset shall not be sub- 
ject to the Civil Service Laws and Rules. 

Section 2: 

The provisions of Section One of this Act shall not impair the Civil Service 
status of any member of the Police Department force of the said Town holding 
such status on the effective date of this Act. 

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Section 3 : 

This Act shall take effect upon its passage. 

MOVED: That the Town instruct the Board of Selectmen to petition the 
General Court of Massachusetts to enact the following: 

An Act providing that members of the Pohce Department of the Town of 
Cohasset shall be exempted from the Civil Service Laws and Rules. 

Section 1: 

Not withstanding any contrary provision of law, appointments to and promo- 
tions in the Police Department force of the Town of Cohasset shall not be sub- 
ject to the Civil Service Laws and Rules. 

Section 2: 

The provisions of Section One of this Act shall not impair the Civil Service 
status of any member of the Police Department force of the said Town holding 
such status on the effective date of this Act. 

Section 3 : 

This Act shall take effect upon its passage. 

And it is further moved that if the General Court of Massachusetts enacts said 
act then the Board of Selectmen shall adopt the following rules and regulations: 

(A) The Board of Selectmen shall remain the appointing authority for both 
newly hired recruits and promotions within the department and may promulgate 
rules and regulations governing same. 

(B) Whenever a vacancy occurs wtihin the department, a pubUc notice of 
same shall be pubhshed at least twice over a two- week period in a newspaper 
generally circulated in the town and a date shall be set for applicants to submit 
their resumes. 

(C) The Board of Selectmen and the Chief of Police shall screen all appHca- 
tions and select at least five (5), or all if less than five (5) apply, for personal 
interviews to be conducted in accordance with Chapter 30, Section 1 lA of the 
M.G.L.'s. (so called "Open Meeting Law"). 

(D) AppHcants shall be required to consent to verfication, by the appointing 
authority, of all data contained in their applications and resumes, as well as, any 
potential court records. 

(E) Appointees shall be selected by majority vote of the appointing author- 
ity on the basis of education, training and experience if any in the law enforce- 
ment or security fields. 

(F) Prior to appointment, successful applicants shall be required to pass 
physical and psychological examinations by doctors designated by the appoint- 
ing authority with fees paid by the town. 

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(G) Starting on the day of employment, newly hired recruits shall serve a 
six-month probationary period during which time they shall have no right to 
appeal in the event of discharge with or without cause. 

(H) In the event of disciplinary action by the appointing authority after the 
probationary period, such proceedings shall be conducted in open session subject 
to aforesaid Chapter 30A, Section 1 1 A of the M.G.L.'s. Notice that such action 
is being taken shall be mailed to the employee's last known address by registered 
mail at least three (3) days prior to holding a hearing. 

(I) Any decision by the appointing authority to suspend an employee v^th- 
out pay for a period in excess of thirty (30) days, including discharge, shall be 
appealable to the Personnel Committee within five (5) days after mailing of 
notice of the appointing authority's decision to the employee. The Personnel 
Committee's majority decision after a pubHc hearing, shall be final and binding 
upon the parties. 

Motion to indefinitely postpone this article was not allowed by the Mod- 
erator. 

Question of a quorum being present was raised. A head count was made and 
there were 193 voters present. There was not a quorum present. 

J. Blake Thaxter, Town Counsel. This is to notify you that the following 
articles may be reconsidered at the continued meeting on Monday, April 7, 
1980,Articles4, 5,6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 16, 17, 18 and 19. 

MOVED: That this meeting be reconvened at the Cohasset High School 
Auditorium at 7:30 P.M. on Monday, April 7, 1980. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1980 

The meeting was called to order by the Moderator at 7:48 P.M. There were 
339 voters present. 

Checkers previously appointed by the Selectmen reported to work at 7:00 
P.M. Tellers appointed by the Moderator reported at 7:30 P.M. 

Article 20 was again put before the meeting. The Moderator ordered a ballot 
vote on this article. 

Yes, 156 to No, 156. The motion did not carry. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
$5,700.00 for repairs and renovation of the heating system in the Police and Fire 
Station including engineering and advertising costs or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $5,700.00 by 

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taxation for repairs and renovation of the heating system in the Police and Fire 
Station including engineering costs. 

Article 21. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 22. To see if the Town will vote to transfer the care, custody, man- 
agement and control from the Board of Selectmen of a parcel of land containing 
approximately 1.5 acres of land held for school purposes to the Board of Select- 
men for the construction of a sub fire station in Cohasset. Said parcel of land be- 
ing located on the northeasterly side of Chief Justice Gushing Highway which 
was acquired in accordance with Article 7 of the Special Town Meeting held on 
December 3, 1969 and is shown on Town Assessors Plan No. 42 and on a plot 
plan of proposed sub fire station, which plans are on file in the office of the 
Town Clerk. Said parcel shall contain a 60 ft. access easement to other land of 
the Town of Cohasset as shown on said plan, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town transfer the care, custody, management and con- 
trol from the Board of Selectmen of a parcel of land containing approximately 
1.5 acres of land held for school purposes to the Board of Selectmen for the con- 
struction of a sub fire station in Cohasset. Said parcel of land being located on 
the northeasterly side of Chief Justice Cushing Highway which was acquired in 
accordance with Article 7 of the Special Town Meeting held on December 3, 
1969 and is shown on Town Assessors Plan No. 42 and on a plot plan of pro- 
posed sub fire station, which plans are on file at the office of the Town Clerk. 
Said parcel shall contain a 60 ft. access easement to other land of the Town of 
Cohasset as shown on said plan. 

Article 22. Defeated by a hand vote, yes 99, no, 194. 

Article 23. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate a sum of money to 
construct, equip, and furnish a new sub fire station, to be located on property 
containing approximately 1.5 acres of land on the northeasterly side of Chief 
Justice Cushing Highway, as shown on Town Assessors Plan No. 42 and plot plan 
of proposed sub fire station, which plans are on file at the office of the Town 
Clerk, and to meet said appropriation the Treasurer, with the approval of the 
Board of Selectmen, is authorized to issue notes or bonds in accordance with 
Section 7, Clause 3, of Chapter 44 of the Massachusetts General Laws, Ter. Ed. 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Article 23. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 24. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate a sum of money for 
painting, repair, and/or renovating, and installing of storm windows, vinyl siding 
and other methods of maintaining the Beech wood and North Cohasset Fire Sta- 
tions or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate $22,000.00 by taxation for 
painting, repair, and/or renovating, and installing of storm windows, vinyl siding 
and other methods of maintainting the Beechwood and North Cohasset Fire 
Stations. 

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Article 24. Defeated by a voice vote. 

MOVED: That article 22 be reconsidered at this time. 

Motion defeated by a voice vote. 

The judgment of the Moderator was challenged by at least seven voters. The 
Moderator called for a hand vote on reconsideration of Article 22. The motion 
was defeated, yes 109, to no, 165. 

ARTICLE 25. 

(Inserted by the Board of Selectmen at the request of Patricia G. Facey, 
Chairman of the Harming Board.) 

To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-law by adding or 
amending the following: 

Section 5: Area Regulations 

5.3 Table of Area Regulation by changing the area in **DB" District on page 
22 from "No. reg." to "5,000" and the frontage from "20" to "50" and 
width from "20" to "50" so that the table as to "DB" shall read as 
follows: 

TABLE OF AREA REGULATIONS 

Min. Required Lots Yards Max. Permitted 

Use as Height 

Permitted 'Reai 

Distiict Area Frontage Width Front Side Depth ft. Coverage 

(Table 4.2) sq.ft. ft. ft. ft. ft. ft. (stories) (%) 

DB Any per- 5,000 50 50 15 10 15 35-2y2 80 

mitted struc- 
ture or principal 
use (except 
dwellings for occu- 
pancy by more 
than 1 family) 

or act on anything relating thereto. 



MOVED: That the Town amend the Zoning By-Law by adding or amending 
the following: 

Section 5 : Area Regulations 

5.3 Table of Area Regulation by changing the area in "DB" District on page 
22 from "No. reg." to "5,000" and the frontage from "20" to "50" 
and width from "20" to "50" so that the table as to "DB" shall read as 
follows: 

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TABLE OF AREA REGULATIONS 

Min. Required Lots Yards Max. Permitted 

Use as Height 

Permitted Rear 

District Area Frontage Width Front Side Depth ft. Coverage 

(Table 4.2) sq.ft. ft. ft. ft. ft. ft. (stories) (%) 

DB Any per- 5,000 50 50 15 10 15 35-2y2 80 

mitted struc- 
ture or principal 
use (except 
dwellings for occu- 
pancy by more 
than 1 family) 

Article 25. April 5, 1980 

After the Public hearing the Planning board recommends Article 25, by 
unanimous vote. 

Article 25. Voted by a hand vote, yes, 171, No, 21, abstained 34. 

Article 26. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen at the request of Patricia G. 
Facey, Chairman of the Planning Board.) 

5.3.2 This amendment shall not apply for a period of five years from its 
effective date to a lot for Downtown Business use, provided a plan for such lot 
was recorded or endorsed or a deed was duly recorded in the Norfolk Registry 
of Deeds and land conformed to the existing zoning requirements as of January 
1, 1980 and had less area, frontage, width, yard or depth requirements than the 
newly effective zoning requirements but contained no area requirements and 20 
foot frontage; provided further that the provisions of this sentence shall not 
apply to more than 3 adjoining lots held in common ownership, or act on any- 
thing relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town amend the Zoning By-Law by adding the follow- 
ing Section: 

5.3.2. That the amendment relating to a change in the Table Area Regula- 
tion of the Area "DB" shall not apply for a period of five years from its effective 
date to a lot for Downtown Business use, provided a plan for such lot was re- 
corded or endorsed or a deed was duly recorded in the Norfolk Registry of deeds 
and Land conformed to the existing zoning requirements as of January 1, 1980 
and had less area, frontage, width, yard or depth requirements than the newly 
effective zoning requirements but contained no area requirements and 20 foot 
frontage; provided further that the provisions of this sentence shall not apply to 
more than 3 adjoining lots held in common ownership. 

Article 26. April 5, 1980. 

After the PubHc hearing the Planning Board recommends Article 26 by 
unanimous vote. 

Article 26. Voted by a hand vote, Yes, 199, to No, 19. 

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Article 27. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-law by 
adding or amending the following: 

Section 5 : Area Regulations 

5.3 Table of Area Regulations by changing the area in *'HB" District on page 
22 from "10,000" to "40,000", Frontage from "50" to "200", width 
from "100" to "200", Side yard from "20" to "30", Rear Depth from 
"20" to "50", Coverage from "50" to "30" so that the table as to "HE" 
shall read as follows : 

TABLE OF AREA REGULATIONS 





Min. Required Lots Yards Max. Permitted 


Use as 


Height 


Permitted 


Rear 


District 


Area Frontage Width Front Side Depth ft. Coverage 


(Table 4.2) 


sq.ft. ft. ft. ft. ft. ft. (stories) (%) 


HB Any per- 


40,000 200 200 50* 30 50 35 30 


mitted struc- 




ture or princi- 


pal use 




♦Accessory sign on Highway Business District (15 feet from property line) 



or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town amend the Zoning By-Law by adding or amending 
the following: 

Section 5 : Area Regulations 

5.3 Table of Area Regulations by changing the area in "HB" District on page 
22 from "10,000" to "40,000", Frontage from "50" to "200", width 
from "100" to "200", Side yard from "20" to "30", Rear Depth from 
"20" to "50", Coverage from "50" to "30" so that the table as to "HB" 
shall read as follows : 

TABLE OF AREA REGULATIONS 

Min. Required Lots Yards Max. Permitted 

Use as Heigh t 

Permitted Rear 

District Area Frontage Width Front Side Depth ft. Coverage 

(Table 4.2) sq.ft. ft. ft. ft. ft. ft. (stories) (%) 

HB Any per- 40,000 200 200 50* 30 50 35-2y2 30 

mitted struc- 
ture or princi- 
pal use 

♦Accessory sign on Highway Business District (15 feet from property line) 

Article 27. After the Public Hearing the Planning Board recommends Article 
27 by unanimous vote. 

Article 27. Defeated by a hand vote, yes, 96, No, 160. 

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Article 28. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-Law by 
adding the following Section. Section 5 - Area Regulation. 5.3.1. This amend- 
ment shall not apply for a period of five years from its effective date to a lot for 
Highway Business use, provided a plan for such lot was recorded or endorsed or 
a deed was duly recorded in the Norfolk Registry of Deeds and land conformed 
to the existing zoning requirements as of January 1, 1980 and had less area, 
frontage, width, yard or depth requirement than the newly effective zoning re- 
quirements but contained at least 10,000 square feet of area and 50 feet of 
frontage, provided further that the provisions of this sentence shall not apply to 
more than 3 of such adjoining lots held in common ownership, or act on any- 
thing relating thereto. 

Article 28. Moved that this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Voted, unanimously, by a voice vote. 



ARTICLE 29. 

(Inserted by the Board of Selectmen at the request of Patricia G. Facey, 
Chairman of the Planning Board.) 

To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-Law Section: 7 — 
Off Street Parking and Loading Regulations 

7.3 Parking and Loading Space Standards by adding after sub paragraph 
7.3.3 on page 32 the following new section. 

7.3.4 Common driveways servicing three or more lots may be permitted by 
majority vote of the Planning Board if it is clearly demonstrated that 
improved use of the land, protection of wetlands, or similar oublic 
purposes are served. In approving a common driveway and setting con- 
ditions thereon, the Planning Board shall consider the character and 
intensity of the uses to be served by the proposed driveway, the traf- 
fic safety, ease of access at street and highway entrances and inter- 
sections as well as the safety and access to the uses served. For the 
purposes of this Section, the Planning Board shall, after a public hear- 
ing, adopt reasonable rules and regulations for the construction of 
common driveways, and shall amend such regulations in the same 
manner. The Planning Board may adopt differing standards for various 
classes of driveway uses, provided that the standards to be required of 
the highest class of use may be equal to but not greater than that re- 
quired for a comparable subdivision roadway as defined by Chapter 
41, Mass. General Laws, or act on anything relating thereto. 



MOVED: That the Town amend the Zoning By-Law Section 7 - Off Street 
Parking and Loading Regulations. 

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7.3 Parking and Loading Space Standards by adding after sub paragraph 
7.3.3 on page 32 the following new section. 

7.3.4 Common driveways servicing three or more lots may be permitted by 
majority vote of the Planning Board if it is clearly demonstrated that 
improved use of the land, protection of wetlands, or similar pubUc 
purposes are served. Li approving a common driveway and setting con- 
ditions thereon, the Planning Board shall consider the character and 
intensity of the uses to be served by the proposed driveway, the traf- 
fic safety, ease of access at street and hi^way entrances and inter- 
sections as well as the safety and access to the uses served. For the 
purposes of this Section, the Planning Board shall, after a pubUc hear- 
ing, adopt reasonable rules and regulations for the construction of 
common driveways, and shall amend such regulations in the same 
manner. The Planning Board may adopt differing standards for various 
classes of driveway uses, provided that the standards to be required of 
the highest class of use may be equal to but not greater than tiiat re- 
quired for a comparable subdivision roadway as defined by Chapter 
41, Mass. General Laws, or act on anything relating thereto. 



Article 29. 
cle 29. 



After the PubUc Hearing the Planning Board recommends Arti- 



Article 29. Voted by a hand vote, yes, 1 75 , no, 45. 

Article 30. To see if the Town will raise anxi appropriate the sum of 
$64,787.00 for the purpose of obtaining topographical mapping of the entire 
Town by aerial photogrammetrical procedure and anything relating thereto, to 
provide: a base map showing contours, streets, property lines, drainage patterns, 
flood plain and watershed protection areas, and physical structures, at a scale of 
1" = 100', or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $64,787.00 by 
taxation for the purpose of obtaining topographical mapping of the entire Town 
by aerial photogrammetrical procedure and anything relating thereto, to pro- 
vide: a base map showing contours, streets, drainage patterns, flood plain and 
watershed protection areas, and physical structures, at a scale of 1" = 100'. 

Article 30. Voted by a voice vote. 

MOVED: That article 25 be reconsidered at this time. 

Motion defeated by a voice vote. 



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Article 31. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
$21,600.00 to revalue the real estate of the Town of Cohasset to full value, as 
required by the State Department of Revenue, or act on anything relating 
thereto. This sum is in addition to the $4,000.00 included in the Assessors Ex- 
pense Appropriation for this purpose. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate a sum of $21,600.00 by 
taxation to revalue the real estate of the Town of Cohasset to full value, as re- 
quired by the State Department of Revenue. This sum is in addition to the 
$4,000.00 included in the Assessors Expense Appropriation for this purpose. 

The Moderator called for a voice vote and the vote was in doubt. The Moder- 
ator called for a hand vote. 

Article 31. Voted by a hand vote, yes, 141, no, 76. 

Article 32. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen 
to accept and enter into a contract for the expenditure of any funds allotted or 
to be allotted by the Commonwealth and/ or County for the construction, re- 
construction and improvement of Town roads, or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to accept and 
enter into a contract for the expenditure of any funds allotted or to be allotted 
by the Commonwealth and/or County for the construction, reconstruction and 
improvement of Town roads. 

Article 32. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 33. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
$35,000.00 for resurfacing with bituminous concrete certain streets in the 
Town, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $ 15,000.00 by 
taxation for resurfacing with bituminous concrete certain streets in the Town. 

Article 33. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 34. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer 
from available funds the sum of $46,000.00 for the purchase of a front-end 



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loader tractor with 4 wheel drive and a (2) yard bucket, or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate the sum of $38,000.00 for the pur- 
chase of a used front-end loader tractor with 4 wheel drive and a (2) yard 
bucket, and to meet said appropriation the sum of $38,000.00 be transferred 
from the stablization fund. 

Article 34. Voted by a hand vote, yes, 1 98, no, 2. 

Article 35. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
$7,500.00 to rehabihtate by sandblasting, chinking and guniting the retainer and 
abutment walls at the Cunningham Bridge on the easterly and westerly sides of 
Atlantic Avenue or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $7,500.00 by 
taxation to rehabilitate by sandblasting, chinking and guniting the retaining and 
abuttment walls at the Cunningham Bridge on the Easterly and Westerly sides of 
Atlantic Avenue. 

Article 35. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 36. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
$9,000.00 for maintenance dredging at the pier known as Lawrence Wharf or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $9,000.00 by 
taxation for maintenance dredging at the pier known as Lawrence Wharf. 

Article 36. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 37. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
$1,000.00 for the purpose of reinstalling the old poHce radios in the vehicles 
used by various department such as water, highway, tree and park, and the 
installation of the base radio station in the fire department headquarters or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $ 1 ,000.00 by 
taxation for the purpose of reinstalling the old poHce radios in the vehicles used 
by various departments such as water, highway, tree and park, and the installa- 
tion of the base radio station in the fire deparment headquarters. 

Article 37. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 38. To see if the Town will amend the Town of Cohasset By-Laws 
Article V, Appointed Standing Town Boards and Committees - Section 1 . 
Advisory Committee, by striking paragraph (a) and substituting therefor the 
following: 

(a) The Advisory Committee shall consist of nine members, with three mem- 
bers to be appointed each year for three year terms, the conclusion of each term 
being the end of the fiscal year. 

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MOVED: That the Town amend the Town of Cohasset By-Laws, Article V, 
Appointed Standing Town Boards and Comnriittees — Section 1. Advisory Com- 
mitte, by striking paragraph (a) and substituting therefore the following: 

(a) The Advisory Committee shall consist of nine members, with three mem- 
bers to be appointed each year for three year terms, the conclusion of each 
term being the end of the fiscal year. 

Article 38. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 39. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate a sum of money for 
the purchase of a new truck and aerial bucket unit for the Wire Department and 
to authorize the sale or trade-in of the 1972 Ford Truck with aerial bucket, or 
act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate $36,000.00 for the purchase 
of a new truck and aerial bucket unit for the Wire Department and to authorize 
the sale or trade-in of the 1972 Ford Truck with aerial bucket, and to meet said ■ 
appropriation the sum of $36,000.00 be transferred from the stabilization fund. 

Article 39. Hand vote, yes, 126, no, 57. Abstained, 7. A quorum was not 
present. 

Arthur Clark, Chairman Board of Selectmen. 

Notice is hereby given that the following articles may be reconsidered at the 
adjourned Meeting on Wednesday, April 9, 1980, 20, 21, 30, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37. I 

Mrs. Patricia Facey, Chairman Planning Board. 

Notice is hereby given that Articles 27 and 28 may be reconsidered at the 
adjourned meeting. 

MOVED: That this meeting is adjourned to Wednesday, April 9, 1980, at 
7:30 P.M. at the Cohasset High School Auditorium. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 1 1 :20 P.M. 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1980 

The meeting was called to order by the Moderator at 7:50 P.M. There were 
327 voters persent. 

Checkers previously appointed by the Selectmen reported to work at 7:00 
P.M. Tellers appointed by the Moderator reported at 7:30 P.M. 

Article 39 was again put before the meeting. 

Article 39. Voted by a hand vote. Yes, 162, No, 68. 

Article 40. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate a sum of money to 
purchase and equip a 1980 four wheel drive Forest Fire Truck and authorize the 
sale and trade-in of one of the existing Forest Fire Trucks now used by the Fire 
Department, or act on anything relating thereto. 

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MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate $21 ,000.00 by taxation to 
purchase and equip a 1980 four wheel drive Forest Fire Truck and authorize the 
sale and trade-in of one of the existing Forest Fire Trucks now used by the Fire 
Department. 

Article 40. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 41. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Section 
26C of Chapter 148 of the General Laws which requires smoke or heat detectors 
in certain apartment houses, hotels, boarding or lodging houses and family hotels 
which are not regulated by Section 26 A and 26B or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept the provisions of Section 26C of Chapter 
148 of the General Laws which requires smoke or heat detectors in certain apart- 
ment houses, hotels, boarding or lodging houses and family hotels which are not 
regulated by Section 26A and 26B. 

Article 41 . Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 42. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Section 
26E of Chapter 148 of the General Laws which requires approved smoke detec- 
tors in all buildings or structures occupied in whole or in part for residential pur- 
poses and not regulated by Sections 26A and 26B and 26C or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept the provisions of Section 26E of Chapter 
148 of the General Laws which requires approved smoke detectors in all build- 
ings or structures occupied in whole or in part for residential purposes and not 
regulated by Sections 26A and 26B. 

Article 42. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 43. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article III, Section 2. 
Selectmen, of the Town By-Laws by inserting the following: 

There shall be an executive secretary to the Selectmen who shall be 
appointed by the Board of Selectmen and who shaU serve at the discretion 
and pleasure of the Board. The executive secretary to the Selectmen shall 
be a person especially fitted by training or experience in municipal 
administration to perform the duties of the office, and shall meet such 
other requirements as the Board of Selectmen may specify. No elected 
member of the Board of Selectmen may simultaneously serve as such a 
member and as executive secretary to the Selectmen. The executive secre- 
tary to the Selectmen shall be compensated in such manner and amount as 
the Selectmen shall determine, provided, however, that the appropriation 
required for such position shall be approved by the Town meeting. It shall 
be the duty of the executive secretary to the Selectmen to see that the 
orders and poUcies of the Board of Selectmen are carried out. He shall 
make investigations, reports and recommendations with regard to such 
matters as the Board of Selectmen may require, and shall supervise the 

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preparation of the annual town report. He shall receive, investigate, and 
answer complaints directed to the Board of Selectmen or refer them to the 
proper department, departments, boards, or committees for attention. He 
shall participate in the preparation of budgets for those departments, the 
heads of which are appointed by the Board of Selectmen. He shall recom- 
mend to the Board of Selectmen and with its approval to the Advisory 
Committee any changes he deems desirable in the budgets which are sub- 
mitted by these and other departments. He shall deal with such adminis- 
trative problems and shall perform such other related duties and services 
as the Board of Selectmen may from time to time assign to him. 

The initial appointment of an executive secretary shall be made by the Board 
of Selectmen following the 1981 Annual Town Meeting, or act on anything 
relating thereto. 



MOVED: That Article III, Section 2. Selectmen, of the Town By-Laws be 
amended by inserting the following: 

There shall be an executive secretary to the Selectmen who shall be 
appointed by the Board of Selectmen and who shall serve at the discretion 
and pleasure of the Board. The executive secretary to the Selectmen shall 
be a person especially fitted by training or experience in municipal 
administration to perform the duties of the office, and shall meet such 
other requirements as the Board of Selectmen may specify. No elected 
member of the Board of Selectmen may simultaneously serve as such a 
member and as executive secretary to the Selectmen. The executive secre- 
tary to the Selectmen shall be compensated in such a manner and amount 
as the Selectmen shall determine, provided, however, that the appropriation 
required for such position shall be approved by the Town meeting. It shall 
be the duty of the executive secretary to the Selectmen to see that the 
orders and policies of the Board of Selectmen are carried out. He shall 
make investigations, reports and recommendations with regard to such 
matters as the Board of Selectmen may require, and shall supervise the 
preparation of the annual town report. He shall receive, investigate, and 
answer complaints directed to the Board of Selectmen or refer them to the 
proper department, departments, boards, or committees for attention. He 
shall participate in the preparation of budgets for those departments, the 
heads of which are appointed by the Board of Selectmen. He shall recom- 
mend to the Board of Selectmen and with its approval to the Advisory 
Committee any changes he deems desirable in the budgets which are sub- 
mitted by these and other departments. He shall deal with such adminis- 
trative problems and shall perform such other related duties and services 
as the Board of Selectmen may from time to time assign to him. 

The initial appointment of an executive secretary shall be made by the Board 
of Selectmen following the 1 98 1 Annual Town Meeting, to take effect July 1 , 
1981. 

MOVED: That the motion under Article 43 be amended as follows: In the 
next to last sentence concerning the change in the Town By-Laws, which begins, 

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"He shall recommend to the Board of Selectmen . . .", two words, "and other", 
shall be deleted so that the sentence shall now read, "He shall recommend to the 
Board of Selectmen and with its approval to the Advisory Committee any 
changes he deems desirable in the budgets which are submitted by these depart- 
ments." 

The Moderator called for a voice vote on the amendment and declared that 
the amendment was passed. Seven (7) voters questioned the Moderator's deci- 
sion and the Moderator asked for a hand vote. 

The amendment was defeated by a hand vote, yes, 93, no, 183. 

Article 43. Main motion voted by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 44. 

(Inserted by the Committee to Survey the Structure of the Town Govern- 
ment, William D. Weeks, Chairman.) 

To see whether the Town will vote to amend Articles III and V of the Town 
By-Laws as follows: 

a. To amend Article III, Section 2 (k) (iii) by adding the words at the end 
thereof, "except as provided in Article V, Section 17 of these By-laws"; and 

b. To amend Article V, by adding thereto a new section 17 which shall read 
as follows: "17. Whenever and at such time or times as a building faciHty of sub- 
stance is proposed for the Town and any funds are approved by a Town Meeting 
for expenditures relating thereto, a FaciUties Committee shall be appointed, 
which committee will be charged with the responsibiUty of submitting to the 
Town at the earUest possible date detailed recommendations with respect to the 
specific faciUty to be studied or constructed. Such FaciUties Committee will also 
have responsibility for and supervision of the planning, design, site selection and 
construction of any facility approved for construction and deUvery of the 
facihty so constructed to the appropriate Town Department. 

Each FaciUties Committee wiU, in order to ensure its effectiveness and to 
make it broadly representative of the Town as a whole, consist of nine members, 
selected as foUows: One member each from the Board of Selectmen, Advisory 
Committee, Planning Board, Capital Budget Committee and the Town Depart- 
ment to be affected by the faciUty to be constructed, and four members to be 
selected from the Town at large. AU members of each FaciUties Committee shall 
be appointed by the Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, the Chairman of the 
Advisory Committee, and the Town Moderator. Such sums as the Town Meeting 
shaU determine shall be provided for the use of each FaciUties Committee to 
enable it to defray its necessary expenses incurred in the fulfilment of its 
responsibiUties. Nothing contained in this section shaU be construed to usurp the 
authority of a committee or agency charged by statute with the responsibiUty 
to oversee the planning or construction of any municipal faciUty"; or act on any- 
thing relating thereto. 

Article 44. Defeated unanimously by a voice vote. 

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Article 45. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of $50,000.00 to be added to the Special Retirement 
Fund for the purpose of offsetting the anticipated costs for funding the con- 
tributory retirement system in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 40, Section 5D as added by Chapter 559 of the Acts of 1977, or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from surplus revenue the 
sum of $50,000.00 to be added to the Special Retirement Fund for the purpose 
of offsetting the anticipated costs for funding the contributory retirement sys- 
tem in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, section 5D as 
added by Chapter 559 of the Acts of 1977. 

Article 45. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 46. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of $50,000.00 fur the purpose of adding said sum to the 
Stabilization Fund. It is intended that $20,000.00 of this appropriation be used 
at a later date for dredging in Cohasset Harbor, or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $25,000.00 by 
taxation for the purpose of adding said sum to the Stabilization Fund. It is in- 
tended that $20,000.00 of this appropriation be used at a later date for dredging 
in Cohasset Harbor. 

Article 46. Amendment 

MOVED: That the motion under Article 46 be amended by striking the fig- 
ure $25,000.00 and inserting in place thereof the figure $50,000.00 so that the 
motion shall read as follows: "That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of 
$50,000.00 by taxation for the purpose of adding said sum to the Stabilization 
Fund. It is intended that $20,000.00 of the appropriation be used at a later date 
for dredging in Cohasset Harbor." 

Amendment voted by a voice vote. 

Article 46. Main motion as amended voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 47. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from Water Depart- 
ment Surplus Revenue the sum of $1,300.03 and transfer same to Town of 
Cohasset Surplus Revenue Account. Said sum represents balance due on account 
of funds provided to the Water Department from the Reserve Fund, or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate from Water Department Surplus Rev- 
enue the sum of $1,300.03 and transfer same to Town of Cohasset Surplus Rev- 
enue Account. Said sum represents balance due on account of funds provided to 
the Water Department from the Reserve Fund. 

Article 47. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

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Article 48. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate a sum of $7,050.00 
for the purchase of a motocycle to be used by the Cohasset Police Department 
to be totally or partially reimbursed by Federal Funds (LEAA) or act on any- 
thing relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate a sum of $7,050.00 by taxa- 
tion for the purchase of a motocycle to be used by the Cohasset Police Depart- 
ment to be totally or partially reimbursed by Federal Funds (LEAA). 

Article 48. Defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 49. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of General 
Laws, Chapter Forty, Section Eight G, providing for police mutual aid agree- 
ments to increase the capabiHty of such departments to protect the lives, safety 
and property of the people in the area designated in the agreement, or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept the provisions of General Laws, Chapter 
Forty, Section 8G, providing for pohce mutual aid agreements to increase the 
capability of such departments to protect the lives, safety, and property of the 
people in the area designated in the agreement. 

Article 49. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 50. To see if the Town will vote to sell to the Cohasset Historical 
Society for the sum of $1.00 the so-called Independence Building on South 
Main Street, formerly the Police Headquarters or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Board of Selectmen execute, acknowledge and deliver a 
deed for the sum of $1.00 to the Cohasset Historical Society for the so-called 
Independence Building on South Main Street, formerly Cohasset Police Head- 
quarters, said parcel being shown as Plot 38 on Town of Cohasset Assessors plans 
sheet 27: said deed to contain a right of reverter to the Town of Cohasset in the 
event the property is no longer used by the Cohasset Historical Society. 

Article 50. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 51. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$970.00 for the purpose of reimbursing Richard J. Sargent, 31 Mill Lane for the 
loss of his snowmobile which was used in rescue operations during the Blizzard 
of February, 1978, as authorized with a Special Act of the Legislature, or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $970.00 
by taxation for the purpose of reimbursing Richard J. Sargent, 31 Mill Lane, for 
the damages to his snowmobile which was used in rescue operations during the 
Blizzard of February, 1978, as authorized by Chapter 2 of the Acts of 1980. 

Article 5 1 . Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

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Procedural Motion by J. Blake Thaxter and William Signorelli, & A. Clark. 

MOVED that the Town vote to increase the appropriations limit established 
by Chapter 151 of the Acts of 1979 by $453,449.00 so that the appropriations 
limit as so increased will be $6,653,775.40. 

VOTED unanimously by a voice vote. 

Procedural motion #2 by J. Blake Thaxter, William SignorelH & Arthur Clark. 

MOVED that the Town vote to increase the levy limit established by Chapter 
1 5 1 of the Acts of 1 979, by not more than $400,000.00 so that the levy limit as 
so increased will not be more than $7,291,840.00. 

VOTED unanimously by a voice vote. 

Patricia Facey moved for reconsideration of Article 27. 

Motion defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 52. To ask if the Town will vote to instruct the Board of Selectmen 
to petition the General Court of Massachusetts to enact the following: or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

"An act regarding the construction of Margin Court" — That the Town of 
Cohasset be authorized to raise and appropriate a sum of money to be used for 
the construction or reconstruction of a private way, Margin Court. 

MOVED: That the Board of Selectmen be instructed to petition the General 
Court of Massachusetts to enact the following: 

"An act regarding the construction of Margin Court" — That the Town of 
Cohasset be authorized to raise and appropriate a sum of money to be used for 
the construction or reconstruction of a private way, Margin Court. 

MOVED: That the motion under Article 52 be amended by adding at the 
end of the motion the following "reconstruction to be in accordance with a plan 
voted by the Town at the 1975 Town Meeting" so that the motion will read 
as follows: 

"That the Board of Selectmen be instructed to petition the General Court of 
Massachusetts be instructed to petition the General Court of Massachusetts to 
enact the following — "An act regarding the construction of Margin Court" — 
That the Town of Cohasset be authorized to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money to be used for the construction or reconstruction to be in accordance 
with a plan voted by the Town at the 1975 annual town meeting. 

Amendment defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 52. Main motion voted by a voice vote. 

Article 53. To see if the Town will vote to change the name of the library 
from the Cohasset Free PubHc Library to the Paul Pratt Memorial Library and 

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to have the name of the elective office changed from Trustees of Cohasset Free 
PubUc Library to Trustees of Paul Pratt Memorial Library or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town vote to change the name of the Hbrary from the 
Cohasset Free PubHc Library to the Paul Pratt Memorial Library and to have the 
name of the elective office changed from Trustees of Cohasset Free PubHc 
Library to Trustees of Paul Pratt Memorial Library after the election held in 
1980. 

Article 53. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 54. To see if the Town will vote to exempt a specified amount of 
free cash from the provisions of Section 12A of Chapter 151 of the Acts of 1979 
and that such free cash not be utilized for the purpose of reducing the property 
tax levy in Fiscal Year 1981, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town exempt $134,038.82 free cash from the provisions 
of Section 1 2A of Chapter 1 5 1 of the Acts of 1 979 and that such free cash not 
be utilized for the purpose of reducing the property tax levy in Fiscal Year 1981. 

Article 54. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Mr. Arthur Clark moved for reconsideration of Article 20. 

The Moderator told the meeting that the vote on reconsideration would be 
taken by a secret baUot. 

MOVED: That the secret ballot on article 20 be taken by use of a check list. 

Motion defeated by a voice vote. 

Motion for reconsideration was defeated by a ballot vote, yes, 90, no, 138. 

ARTICLE 55. 

(Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Arthur L. Clark, Chairman - Citizens 
Petition.) 

We the undersigned request the following By-Law be enacted in the 1980 
Town Meeting in the Town of Cohasset, Mass. according to Chapter 40A of the 
General Laws of the Commonwealth. Add A (section) under the heading of 
(Business Variance). 

1 . As provided by statute, the Board of Appeals may authorize a Business 
Variance in any zoned district with respect to a particular building, structure, 
proposed building or structure or parcel of land after a duly advertised pubUc 
hearing, held within 65 days after fiUng of an appHcation with the Board 
of Appeals and Town Clerk. A Business Variance may authorize a use not other- 
wise permitted in the zoned district in which the proposed or present structure 
or land is located subject to conditions set forth. 

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(A) The applicant must obtain on a written petition, signatures of the 
majority of land owners within 500 feet of said property. 

(B) The applicant must submit a full explanation of intent, specifying the 
type of proposed business, the expansion into other directly related 
fields in conjunction with the business. 

(C) Submit drawings specifying floor area of structure and proposed long 
range expansion of same, drawings showing front, sides, and rear eleva- 
tion, dimension of present or proposed building or buildings and a plot 
plan of said land. 

(D) The proposed building or buildings and present buildings must conform 
to Section 5 Area Regulations 5.1, 5.2.1, 5.2.2, 5.2.4, 5.2.5, 5.2.6, 5.2.7, 
and 5.2.9, deleting 5.2.8 of the 1978 Bylaw. 

(E) The present building or buildings or proposed building or buildings must 
conform to Section 5.3 and 5.4 of the 1978 Bylaw. 

(F) If the AppUcant requires a Variance with their proposal to any of the 
1978 Bylaws, the Apphcant must apply for this under (Section 1 1 ,5 
Variance) and clearly state this on the original appHcation to land owners 
within 500 feet, and the Board of Appeals on the original appHcation for 
a Business Variance. 

2. The Board of Appeals will consider the Applicants request and within 
(10) days forward the AppHcants' request and data to the Board of Health, 
Planning Board and the Conservation Commission for action on same. 

3. The Boards and Commission have (30) days to act and submit their find- 
ings to the Board of Appeals in writing. 

4. If the Board of Health, Planning Board and Conservation Commission do 
not file their reports to the Board of Appeals within (30) days, then the Board 
of Appeals has full authority to act upon the AppHcants' request. 

5. The Board of Appeals must act on the AppHcation within (65) days of the 
AppHcants' petition duly filed with the Town Clerk. Failure to do so would grant 
the AppHcant their petition as submitted, and henceforth certified by the Town 
Clerk. 

6. The Board of Appeals has the authority to apply any section of the 1978 
Bylaws granting a Business Variance as they see fit. 

7. Any person or persons within 500 feet of said appHcation or the AppHcant 
aggrieved by the decision of the Board of Appeals, Planning Board, Board of 
Health or Conservation Commission may appeal to Norfolk County Superior 
Court for further decision by said Court, within (30) days of the Board of 
Appeals' findings. 



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8. If an appeal is not registered within (30) days, then it is accepted as writ- 
ten by the Board of Appeals and certified by Town Clerk forthwith. 

Frederick H. Grassie, Jr., 1 1 Beechwood Street 
James D. McKinnell, 10 Little Harbor Road 
Andrea L. Davis, 25 Church Street 
linwood L. Davis, 25 Church Street 
Pamela A. Copeman, 493 Beechwood Street 
Edward H. Seadale, 171 South Main Street 
John E. Atkinson, 36 Hillside Avenue 
Brian Cogill, 66 Church Street 
Nathan S. Towle, 276 Beechwood Street 
R. Lawrence Schultz, 38 Linden Drive 



MOVED: That this arricle be indefmitly postponed. 

Article 55. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 56. 

(Inserted by the Board of Selectmen at the request of the Board of Water 
Commissioners, William J. Montuori, Chairman.) 

To see if the Town will accept on behalf of the Water Department an ease- 
ment and right of way, in, through, over and upon and the right to use for the 
purpose of constructing, laying, and maintaining underground its conduit pipes 
and other works for the purpose of conveying water to parts of said Town and a 
right of way for all purposes for which ways are now or may hereafter be com- 
monly used in a strip of land fifteen (15) feet wide extending from a point on 
Riverview Drive so called as shown on a plan entitled "Subdivision Plan of River- 
view Estates Cohasset, Mass. Division of Lots Riverview Drive Scale 1" = 40' 
July 12, 1979, rev. September 25, 1979 Engineer: E.E.T., Inc., 475 Furnace 
Street, Marshfield, Mass. Owner - Allen W. Bates, Trustee of Bates Realty Trust, 
359 Country Way, Scituate, Mass. 02066" a copy of which plan is on file with 
the Town Clerk over said Riverview Drive to a point; then over a portion of Lots 
3 and 4 on the aforementioned Plan of Land to an existing right of way of the 
Town of Cohasset, all as shown on plan filed with the Town Clerk and further to 
abandon for all purposes a portion of a right of way shown on the afore- 
mentioned plan which the Cohasset Water Company acquired by Eminent 
Domain Taking on November 2, 1949, which taking is duly recorded with 
Norfolk Deeds in Book 2868, Page 551, and as shown on Riverview Drive plan as 
"to be abandoned"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept on behalf of the Water Department an ease- 
ment and right of way, in, through, over and upon and the right to use for the 
purpose of constructing, laying, and maintaining underground its conduit pipes 
and other works for the purpose of conveying water to parts of said Town and a 
right of way for all purposes for which ways are now or may hereafter be com- 
monly used in a strip of land forty (40) feet wide extending from Beechwood 
Street to land now or formerly of Dorothy Bates as shown on a plan entitled 

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"Subdivision Plan of Riverview Estates Cohasset, Mass. Division of lots River- 
view Drive Scale 1" = 40' July 12, 1979, rev. September 24, 1979 Engineer: 
E.E.T., Inc., 475 Furnace Street, Marshfield, Mass. Owner - Allen W. Bates, 
Trustee of Bates Realty Trust, 359 Country Way, Scituate, Mass. 02066" a copy 
of which plan is on file with the Town Clerk and that the Town abandon for all 
purposes a portion of a right of way shown on the aforementioned plan which 
the Cohasset Water Company acquired by Eminent Doman Taking on Novem- 
ber 2, 1949, which taking is duly recorded with Norfolk Deeds in Book 2868, 
Page 551, and as shown on Riverview Drive plan as "to be abandoned" said ease- 
ment and right of way to be granted to the Town of Cohasset and to all persons 
legally entitled to use said right of way which is herever before abandoned. 

Article 56. Voted by a hand vote, yes, 205, no, 11. 

ARTICLE 57. 

(Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Arthur L. Clark, Chairman.) 

To see if the Town will vote to amend the Town By-Law, Article II, sec- 
tion 2, paragraph (b): 

"The Selectmen shall give notice of every Special Town Meeting by caus- 
ing a constable to post attested copies of the warrant for the Meeting at 
the Post Office in the Town, and in not less than five other public places 
in the Town, not less than fourteen days before the day appointed for 
the Meeting. In addition thereto, a copy of the warrant printed in some 
convenient form shall be sent by mail to each registered voter of the 
Town, at least ten days before the day appointed for the Meeting." 

so that it shall read: 

"The Selectmen shall give notice of every Special Town Meeting by caus- 
ing a constable to post attested copies of the warrant for the Meeting at 
the Post Office in the Town, and in not less than five other public places 
in the Town, not less than fourteen days before the day appointed for 
the Meeting. In addition thereto, a copy of the warrant printed in some 
convenient form shall be sent by mail or delivered to each registered 
voter of the Town, at least fourteen days before the day appointed for 
the Meeting." 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town amend the Town By-Law, Article II, Section 2, 
paragraph (b): so that it shall read: 

"The Selectmen shall give notice of every Special Town Meeting by causing 
a constable to post attested copies of the Warrant for the Meeting at the Post 
Office in the Town, and in not less than five other public places in the Town, 
not less than fourteen days before the day appointed for the Meeting. In addi- 
tion thereto, a copy of the warrant printed in some convenient form shall be 
sent by mail or delivered to each registered voter of the Town, at least fourteen 
days before the day appointed for the Meeting." 

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Article 57. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 58. To see if the Town will vote in accordance with Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 82, Section 21 to discontinue that portion of Bancroft 
Way as a way to which the public has access commencing at the point where the 
westerly boundary of Briarwood Lane intersects the southerly boundary of 
Bancroft Way, and running in a westerly direction, one hundred sixty (160) 
feet, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town vote in accordance with Massachusetts General 
Laws, Chapter 82, Section 21 discontinue that portion of Bancroft Way as a way 
to which the pubhc has access commencing at the point where the westerly 
boundary of Briarwood Lane intersects the southerly boundary of Bancroft 
Way, and running in a westerly direction, one hundred sixty (160) feet. 

Article 58. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

MOVED: That this meeting be reconvened on Saturday, April 12, 1980, at 
8:00 A.M. at the Town Hall for Election of Town Officials. 

VOTED unanimously by a voice vote at 1 1 :45 P.M. 

ATTEST: 

s/ Charles A. Marks 

Charles A. Marks, Town Clerk 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
TOWN ELECTION OF APRIL 12, 1980 



The Moderator David E. Place called the Meeting to order at 8:00 A.M. and 
the polls were opened. 

The following Election Officers were sworn in by Town Clerk Charles A. 
Marks at 7:45 A.M. 



Precinct 1 & 2 

Samuel Hassan, Warden 
Mary N. Grassie, Clerk 
Anthony J. Rosano, Clerk 
Alice Mersch, Inspector 
Bernard Mulcahy, Inspector 
Eileen Buckley, Inspector 
J. Nelson Patrolia, Inspector 

left at 11:00 A.M. 
Maria R. Pape, Inspector 
Robert S. Pape, Inspector 
Grace R. Tuckerman, Inspector 



Nancy E. Sladen, Inspector 
Carol Townsend, Inspector 
Dorothea Bjorkgren, Inspector 
Mary E. Brennock, Inspector 
Janice M. Rosano, Inspector 
Mary Fiori, Inspector 
Jean Salvador, Inspector 
Irma James, Inspector 

reported at 4:00 P.M. 
Dominic Baccari, Inspector 

reported at 4:30 P.M. 



Precinct 1 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at precinct opening 

A. Number of card ballots received 
(26 packets x 50 = A) 

B. Number of unused card ballots 

(13 packets x 50 plus number remaining 
in partially used packets = B) 

C. Number of card ballots used 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 
(Total from Envelope #3) 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 
(Subtract D from C) 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited 
into ballot box 



A. 1300 



B. 664 



D. 



C. 636 



E. 635 



13 



Ballot card absentees 



13 



Total number of ballots in ballot box 
(Add E and F) 



G. 648 



90 



H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 
(G and H should be the same) 

I. Card ballots to computer center 

Precinct 2 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at precinct opening. 

A. Number of card ballots received 
(24 packets x 50 = A) 

B. Number of unused card ballots 

(11 packets x 50 plus number remaining 
in partially used packets = B) 

C. Number of card ballots used 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 
(Total from Envelope #3) 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 
(Subtract D from C) 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited 
into ballot box 

Ballot card absentees 7 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 
(Add E and F) 

H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 
(G and H should be the same) 

I. Card ballots to computer center 



A. 1200 



B. 576 



D. 



H. 648 



I. 648 



C. 624 



E. 622 

F. 7 

G. 629 
H. 629 
I. 629 



SELECTMAN for three years 


Prec. 1 


Prec. 2 


Total 


Henry W. Ainslie, Jr. 


474 


423 


897 


Harry M. Silvia 




2 


2 


Laura Doherty 


1 


1 


2 


Blanks 


173 


203 


376 


Totals 


648 


629 


1,277 


ASSESSOR for three years 








F. Allen Weisenfluh 


433 


334 


767 


Brian R. Wilkin 


165 


204 


369 


Blanks 


50 


91 


141 


Totals 


648 


629 


1,277 



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SCHOOL COMMITTEE for three years (Elect two) 



Diana D. Kornet 


376 


294 


670 


John F. Langmaid, III 


398 


348 


746 


JacqueHne M. Dormitzer 


318 


275 


593 


Peter A. Trask 


77 


128 


205 


Blanks 


127 


213 


340 


Totals 


1,296 


1,258 


2,554 


TRUSTEE OF THE COHASSET FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY 






for three years (Elect three) 








Barbara M. Power 


467 


314 


781 


Joseph F. Barresi 


299 


251 


550 


George E. Haley 


307 


436 


743 


Lucia R. Woods 


424 


273 


697 


Blanks 


447 


613 


1,060 


Total 






3,831 


BOARD OF HEALTH for three years 








Lynne P. Buckley 


459 


425 


884 


Blanks 


189 


204 


393 


Totals 






1,277 


PLANNING BOARD for five years 








John F. O'Toole 


451 


389 


840 


Blanks 


197 


240 


437 


Totals 






1,277 


PLANNING BOARD for four years 








John L. Kornet, Jr. 


335 


202 


537 


Patrick A. Plante 


238 


332 


570 


Blanks 


75 


95 


170 


Totals 






1,277 


PLANNING BOARD for two years 








Patricia G. Facey 


468 


369 


837 


Blanks 


180 


260 


440 


Totals 






1,277 


WATER COMMISSIONER for three years 








Robert W. Jackson 


455 


402 


857 


Blanks 


193 


227 


420 


Totals 






1,277 


RECREATION COMMISSION for five years 








Richard D. Ainslie 


247 


266 


513 


James L. Gallagher 


329 


290 


619 


Blanks 


72 


73 


145 


Totals 






1,277 



92 



COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY for five years 



Marguerite M. Libby 


377 


295 


672 


Nancy C. Snowdale 


140 


224 


364 


Blanks 


131 


110 


241 


Totals 






1,277 


SEWER COMMISSIONER for one year 








Janet M. Daggett 


496 


400 


896 


Blanks 


152 


229 


381 


Totals 






1,277 


SEWER COMMISSIONER for two years 








Joseph M. Gwinn 


459 


375 


834 


Blanks 


189 


254 


443 


Totals 






1,277 


SEWER COMMISSIONER for three years 








Gerard J. Stanton 


498 


463 


961 


Blanks 


150 


166 


316 


Totals 






1,277 



Polls closed at 6:00 P.M. Meeting was dissolved at 7:30 P.M. 

s/ Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk of Cohasset 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
STATE PRIMARY SEPTEMBER 16, 1980 



The following Election Officers were sworn in by Town Clerk Charles A. 
Marks at 10:00 A.M. 

Samuel Hassan R Warden 
Anthony J. Rosano D Clerk 
Maria R. Pape R Clerk 

Inspectors Democratic Inspectors Republican 

Dorothy Bjorkren Eileen M. Buckley 

Mary A. Fiori Robert Pape 

Donna J. McGee Grace R. Tuckerman 

Bernard Mulcahy Nancy E. Sladen 

Jean Salvador Mary D. Migliaccio 
Barbara Williams 

Inspectors Independent 

Carol Townsend 
Ellen Patrolia 

The following Election Officers were sworn in by the Town Clerk at 5:00 P.M. 

Domenic Baccari R Inspector 
Margaret C. Hernan D Inspector 
A. Patricia Barrow D Inspector 

Precinct No. 1 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at opening 10:00 A.M. 

A. Number of card ballots received A. 3000 D 1262 

R 1263 

B. Number of unused card ballots B. 2525 

C. Number of card ballots C. 475 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards D. 1 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 



F. Number of absentee ballots deposited 
into ballot box 5 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 

94 



D 


246 






R 


229 


E. 


470 






F. 


5 






G. 


475 



Precinct No. 2 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at opening 

A. Number of card ballots received A. 3000 



D 1299 
R 1300 



B. Number of unused card ballots 

C. Number of card ballots used 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 

D. Actual number of card ballots cast 



F. Number of absentee ballots deposited 
into ballot box 6 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 



B. 2599 



D. 



DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
Prec. 1 



D 276 
R 125 



Prec. 2 



C. 405 

E. 395 

F. 6 

G. 401 

Total 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 








Vote for ONE 








Gerry E. Studds 


197 


215 


412 


Blanks 


49 


61 


110 


Total 


246 


276 


522 


COUNCILLOR 








James E. Carroll 


154 


168 


322 


Patrick J. Corcoran 


9 


22 


31 


Peter L. Eleey 


32 


35 


67 


Harold L. O'Brien 


5 


5 


10 


William F. Walsh 


21 


, 23 


44 


Blanks 


25 


23 


48 


Total 


246 


276 


522 


SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 








Allan R. McKinnon 


170 


190 


360 


Mansur Johnson 


36 


51 


87 


Blanks 


40 


35 


75 


Total 


246 


276 


522 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 








John E. Conwell 


27 


14 


41 


Edmund Demko 


22 


21 


43 


Richard S. Doherty 


17 


24 


41 


Thedore M. Ford 


163 


200 


363 


Blanks 


17 


17 


34 


Total 


246 


276 


522 



95 



COUNTY COMMISSIONER 








James J. Collins 




122 


128 


George B. McDonald 




64 


71 


Mary P. Collins 




76 


98 


Blanks 




230 


253 


Total 




492 


550 


SHERIFF 








Clifford H. MarshaU 




162 


173 


Blanks 




84 


103 


Total 




246 


276 




REPUBLICAN 




REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 






Paul V. Doane 




178 


81 


Blanks 




51 


44 


Total 




229 


125 


COUNCILLOR 








William J. Robinson 




179 


91 


Blanks 




50 


34 


Total 




229 


125 


SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 






Paul C. Barber 




172 


83 


Blanks 




57 


42 


Total 




229 


125 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 






Mary Jeannette Murray 




186 


102 


Blanks 




43 


23 


Total 




229 


125 


COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

None 

SHERIFF 









Polls closed at 8:00 P.M. 

Moved that this meeting be dissolved at 9:00 P.M. 



Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk of Cohasset 



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TOWN CLERKS REPORT 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

October 28, 1980 

At the Special Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium 
at 7:30 P.M. October 28, 1980, the following Articles were contained in the 
Warrant and acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in 
by Town Clerk Charles A. Marks at 7:00 P.M. were Mary E. Brennock and 
Frances L. Marks. 

Tellers appointed by the Moderator and sworn in by the Town Clerk at 7:30 
P.M. were Robert S. Pape and Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting lists was 
154. 

The meeting was called to order at 7:35 P.M. by Moderator David E. Place. 
No quorum was present. 

MOTION: Moved that this meeting be adjourned until 7:30 P.M. on Thurs- 
day, November 13, 1980 at the Cohasset Hi^ School Auditorium. 

Voted by a voice vote. 

Seven citizens questioned the moderator's decision. 

A hand vote was called — Yes, 43 — No, 5 1 . 

SECOND MOTION: Moved that this meeting be adjourned until 7:30 P.M. on 
Thursday, November 13, 1980 at the Cohasset High School Auditorium. 

Voted by a voice vote. 

Time of adjourrmient was 7:45 P.M. 

NOVEMBER 13, 1980 

Meeting reconvened at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 7:30 P.M. 
Thursday, November 13, 1980. 

Checkers previously appointed by the Selectmen for entrance and sworn in 
by Town Clerk Charies A. Marks at 7:00 P.M. were Margaret C. Heman, Barbara 
Williams, Mary E. Brennock and Frances L. Marks. 

Tellers appointed by the Moderator David E. Place reported at 7:30 P.M. 
were Bernard Mulcahy, Robert S. Pape, Arthur L. Lehr, Jr., and Nancy Sladen. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting Hst was 
470. 

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The meeting was called to order by the Moderator at 7:45 P.M. and the Town 
Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

The invocation was given by Reverend Edward Atkinson. 

Article 1 . To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from Surplus Revenue 
the sum of $ 1 1 ,868.43 for the payment of the following unpaid bills for Veter- 
an's Assistance relating to the 1980 fiscal year or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

(a) Massachusetts General Hospital 

55 Fruit Street, Boston, Mass. $1 1,758.83 

(b) New England Deaconess Hospital 
185 Pilgrim Road 

Boston, Mass. 02215 109.60 

$11,868.43 

Article 1 . Moved: That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the 
sum of $1 1,868.43 for the payment of the following unpaid bills for Veteran's 
Assistance relating to the 1980 fiscal year. 

(a) Massachusetts General Hospital 
55 Fruit Street 

Boston, Mass. $11,758.83 

(b) New England Deaconess Hospital 
185 Pilgrim Road 

Boston, Mass. 02215 109.60 

Article 1 . Voted by a hand vote - Yes, 342 — No, 1 . 

Resolution by Arthur L. Clark, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen. 

RESOLUTION 

Resolved that it is the sentiment of this Town Meeting that we oppose legis- 
lation allowing for Casino Gambling in the Town of Hull, as it would be detri- 
mental to the welfare of the Town of Cohasset, and that the Board of Selectmen 
be instructed to notify our State Representative and State Senator and urge 
them to oppose this legislation. 

Resolution voted by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Section 
4G, Chapter 40 of the General Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
which section provides that all contracts for the purchase of equipment, supplies 
or materials, the actual or estimated costs of which amount to four thousand 
dollars or more shall be awarded only after the soHcitation of pubUc bids or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

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Article 2. Moved: That the Town accept the provisions of Section 4G, Chap- 
ter 40 of the General Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, which sec- 
tion provides that all contracts for the purchase of equipment, supplies of mate- 
rials, the actual or estimated costs of which amount to four thousand dollars or 
more shall be awarded only after the soHcitation of public bids. 

Article 2. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to grant an easement to Robert H. 
Fesler and Grethe J. Fesler and their successors in title, for the purpose of using 
and maintaining existing water pipes, drains and a cesspool located under Town 
property known as Pye Corner and "Town Way", such easement is shown on a 
plan entitled "Plan of land, Cohasset, Massachusetts, dated October 1, 1980, 
prepared by Ernest W. Branch Inc." a copy of which plan is filed with the Town 
Clerk to which reference is hereby made for a more particular description of said 
easement: or act on anything relating thereto. 

Article 3. Moved: That the Town grant an easement to Robert H. Fesler and 
Grethe J. Fesler and their successors in title, for the purpose of using and main- 
taining existing water pipes, drans and a cesspool located under Town property 
known as Pye Comer and "Town Way", such easement being shown on a plan 
entitled "Plan of land, Cohasset, Massachusetts, dated October 1, 1980, prepared 
by Ernest W. Branch, Inc., to which plan reference is hereby made for a more 
particular description of said easement. 

Article 3. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from Surplus Revenue 
(free cash) a sum of money for engineering services with respect to hydrological 
studies of the Town's disposal areas required by the Massachusetts Department 
of Environmental Quality Engineering: or act on anything relating thereto. 

Article 4. Moved: That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the 
sum of $10,900.00 for engineering services with respect to hydrological studies 
of the Town's disposal areas required by the Massachusetts Department of 
Environment Quality Engineering. 

Article 4. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will appropriate from Surplus Revenue the 
additional sum of $ 1 ,330.00 for the purpose of reinstalling the old poHce radios 
in the vehicles used by various departments such as water, highway, tree and 
park, and the installation of the base radio station in the fire department head- 
quarters or act on anything relating thereto. This appropriation is a supplement 
to the funds voted under Article 37. Annual Town Meeting April 5, 1980. 

Article 5. Moved: That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the 
additional sum of $1,330.00 for the purpose of reinstalling the old police radios 
in the vehicles used by various departments such as water, highway, tree and 
park, and the installation of the base radio station in the fire department head- 

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quarters, appropriation is a supplement to the funds voted under Article 37, 
Annual Town Meeting, April 5, 1980. 

Article 5. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article III, Section 2 (e) 
of the General By-Laws by adding thereto the following sentence: "The next 
such report shall be valuations as of January 1, 1981 and the next report there- 
after shall be as of January 1, 1986 and reports shall be made every five years 
thereafter" or act on anything relating thereto. 

Article 6. Moved: That the Town vote to amend Article III, Section 2 (e) 
of the Town By-Laws by adding thereto the following sentence: "The next such 
report shall be valuations as of January 1, 1981 and the next report thereafter 
shall be as of January 1, 1986 and reports shall be made every five years there- 
after." 

Article 6. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will appropriate the sum of $45 1 ,375. to pur- 
chase the land and building including legal costs, located on Chief Justice Gush- 
ing Highway, owned by Howard Schramn which land is shown on a plan entitled, 
"Plan of land. Chief Justice Cushing Highway, Cohasset, Mass. Scale 1" = 80 ft., 
October 1, 1980, Engineer: Neil J. Murphy, 760 Route 3 A Cohasset, Mass. a 
copy of which is filed with the Town Clerk to which plan reference is made for a 
more particular description: and to raise such appropriation the Town Treasurer 
be authorized to issue bonds and notes pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 44 Section 7 in the amount of $450,000. and the balance in the amount 
of $1,375. be appropriated from Surplus Revenue (free cash), or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

Article 7. Moved: That the Town appropriate the sum of $451,375.00 to 
purchase the land and buildings including legal costs, located on Chief Justice 
Cushing Highway, owned by Howard Schramn which land is shown as Lot 1 on a 
plan entitled, "Plan of land, Chief Justice Cushing Highway, Cohasset, Mass., 
Scale 1" = 80 ft., October 1, 1980, Engineer: Neil J. Murphy, 760 Route 3 A, 
Cohasset, Mass., containing 6.65 acres, a copy of which is filed with the Town 
Clerk to which plan reference is made for a more particular description; and that 
to meet said appropriation the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the Board 
of Selectmen, be authorized to issue bonds and notes pursuant to Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7 in the amount of $450,000 and that the 
balance in the amount of $1,375.00 be appropriated from Surplus Revnue (free 
cash). 

Article 7. Vote - Defeated by a Hand vote - Yes, 142 - No, 303. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will appropriate from Surplus Revenue (free 
cash) a sum of money for the purpose of making repairs and renovations to the 
property purchased from Howard Schramn or act on anything relating thereto. 

Article 8.. Moved: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

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Article 8. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will elect by ballot in accordance with Massa- 
chusetts General Laws, Ter. Ed., Chapter 41, Sec. 1 and 2, a School Committee 
consisting of five members who shall be citizens of the Town; one member to be 
elected at the annual Town Meeting in 1981 to hold office for 3 years; two 
members to be elected at the annual Town Meeting in 1982 to hold office for 3 
years; and two members to be elected at the annual Town Meeting in 1983 to 
hold office for 3 years; and each to hold office until his successor is qualified, 
and thereafter when the term of a member expires, the Town shall elect by 
ballot members of the Board to serve for 3 years and until his successor is quali- 
fied and act on anything relating thereto. 

Article 9. Moved: That the Town elected by ballot in accordance with 
Massachusetts General Laws, Ter. Ed., Chapter 41, Sec. 1 and 2, a School Com- 
mittee consisting of five members who shall be citizens of the Town; one 
member to be elected at the annual Town Meeting in 1981 to hold office for 3 
years; two members to be elected at the annual Town Meeting in 1982 to hold 
office for 3 years; and two members to be elected at the annual Town Meeting 
in 1983 to hold office for 3 years, and each to hold office until his successor is 
qualified, and thereafter when the term of a member expires, the Town shall 
elect by ballot members of the Board to serve for 3 years and until his successor 
is qualified. 

Article 9. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will amend the Town of Cohasset By-Laws, 
Article V, Section lA, by striking 10:00 A.M. and substituting therefore 1 P.M. 

Article 10. Moved: That the Town amend the Town of Cohasset By-Laws, 
Article V, Section 1 A, by striking 10 A.M. and substituting therefore 1 P.M. 

Article 10. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from Surplus 
Revenue or raise by a bond issue a sum of money to replace or reconstruct the 
present fire station located on Beechwood Street with sufficient area to garage 
a modern piece of fire apparatus and to provide living quarters for a minimum of 
one fire-fighter, or act on anything relating thereto. 

Article 1 1 . Moved: That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the 
sum of $3,000.00 for preparation of detailed plans and specifications for the 
construction of a new fire station to replace the existing Beechwood Fire Station 
and that the Board of Selectmen is hereby authorized to execute contracts to 
effectuate the above. 

Article 1 1 . Vote - The moderator called for a voice vote. The result was in 
doubt and the moderator called for a hand vote. 

Voted by a hand vote - Yes, 1 93 - No, 1 28. 

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Article 12. Pursuant to, and in accordance with the requirements of Massa- 
chusetts General Laws, Chapter 41, Section 2, the Town of Cohasset Board of 
Selectmen shall be increased from three to five members. 

Two members of the Board of Selectmen will be elected from each of the two 
precincts in the Town of Cohasset and one member of the Board of Selectmen 
will be elected at large. 

Article 12. Moved: That the Town elect by ballot in accordance with Massa- 
chusetts General Laws, Chapter 41, Sec. 1 & 2, a Board of Selectmen consisting 
of five members who shall be citizens of the Town: three members to be elected 
at the Annual Town Meeting in 1981, 2 members to hold office for 3 years, one 
member to hold office for 1 year; two members to be elected at the annual 
Town Meeting in 1982 to hold office for 3 years; and one member to be elected 
at the Annual Town Meeting in 1983 to hold office for 3 years; and each to hold 
office until his successor is qualified, and thereafter when the term of a member 
expires, the Town shall elect by ballot members of the Board to serve for 3 years 
and until the successor is quaUfied. 

Article 1 2. Defeated by a voice vote. 

Voted unanimously at 1 1 : 10 P.M. that this meeting be dissolved. 

ATTEST: 

Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk of Cohasset 



102 



STATE ELECTION 

Tuesday, November 4, 1980 

TOWN OF COHASSET 

The following election officers were sworn in by Town Clerk Charles A. 
Marks at 6:45 A.M. 

Election Officers Present 

Samuel Hassan R Warden 
Anthony J. Rosano D Clerk 
Mary N. Grassie R Clerk 

Inspectors Democratic Inspectors RepubUcan 

Dorothy Bjorkgren Eileen M. Buckley 

Mary A. Fiori Maria R. Pape 

Bernard Mulcahy Robert Pape 

Jean Salvador Grace R. Tuckerman 

Barbara WilUams Nancy E. Sladen 

A. Patricia Barrow Mary D. Migliaccio 
Marguerite M. Libby 

Inspectors Independent 
Ellen Patroha 



The following Election Officer was sworn in by the Town Clerk at 2:00 P.M. 
Margaret C. Hernan 

at 5:00 P.M. by Town Clerk 

Domenic M. Baccari 
Alice Mersch 

The Polls opened at 6:45 A.M. 

The Ballot Box registered at 0000 at opening in Precinct 1 

A. Number of card ballots received A. 2600 
(50 packets x 50 = A) 

B. Number of unused card ballots B. 468 
(9 packets x 50 plus number +16 

remaining in partially used packets = B) 

C. Number of card ballots used ^ C. 2132 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards D. 22 
(Total from Envelope #3) 

103 



E. Actual number of card ballots cast 
(Subtract D from ) 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited 
into ballot box 

1 . Ballot card absentees 1 72 



E. 2110 



F. 172 



G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 
(G and H should be the same) 

Non voters 5 



G. 2280 



The Ballot Box registered at 0000 at opening in Precinct 2 

A. 2500 



A. Number of card ballots received 
(52 packets x 50 = A) 

B. Number of unused card ballots 
(12 packets x 50 plus number +29 
remaining in partially used packets = B) 

C. Number of card ballots used 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 
(Total from Envelope #3) 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 
(Subtract D from C) 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited 
into ballot box 

1 . Ballot card absentees 1 1 5 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 
(Add E and F) 

H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 
(G and H should be the same) 

Non voters 1 



B. 629 



C. 14 



C. 1871 



E. 


1857 


F. 


115 


G. 


1971 


H. 


1971 



Prec. 1 



Prec. 2 



Total 



ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT and 
VICE PRESIDENT Vote for ONE 
Anderson and Lucey 
Carter and Mondale 
Clark and Koch 
Deberry and Zimmerman 
Regan and Bush 
Commoner and Harris 
Edward Kennedy 



359 


315 


674+2 


642 


642 


1284+2 


15 


22 


34 





2 


2 


224 


964 


2190+2 


2 


1 


3 




1 


1 



104 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS Vote for ONE 




Gerry E. Studds 1530 


1400 


Paul V. Doane 607 


440 


Blanks 143 


131 


Total 




COUNCILLOR Vote for ONE 




Peter L. Eleey 744 


763 


William J. Robinson 1 167 


898 


Blanks 369 


310 


Total 




SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT Vote for ONE 




Allan R. McKinnon 1068 


1032 


Paul C. Barbara 960 


735 


Blanks 252 


204 


Total 




REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 




Mary Jeannette Murray 1365 


1206 


Theodore M. Ford 854 


707 


Blanks 61 


58 



2930 

1047 

274 

4251 



1507 

2065 

679 

4251 



2100 

1695 

456 

4251 



2571 
1561 
119 
Total ^ 4251 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER Vote for not more than TWO 

James J. CoUins 1241 1112 2353 

George B. McDonald 1033 928 1961 

Blanks 2286 1902 4188 

Total 5802 



1416 1302 2718 

864 669 1533 

4251 



1267 126 2393 
870 723 1593 
143 122 265 

4251 



1382 1100 2482 

819 832 1651 

79 39 118 

4251 



708 694 1402 

1394 1152 2546 

178 125 303 

4251 

105 



SHERIFF Vote for ONE 


CHfford H. Marshall 


Blanks 


Total 


QUESTION NO. 1 


Yes 


No 


Blanks 


Total 


QUESTION NO. 2 


Yes 


No 


Blanks 


Total 


QUESTION NO. 3 


Yes 


No 


Blanks 


Total 



QUESTION NO. 4 

Yes 
No 

Blanks 
Total 

QUESTION NO. 5 

Yes 
No 

Blanks 
Total 

QUESTION NO. 6 
Yes 

No 

Blanks 

Total 

QUESTION NO. 7 

Yes 
No 

Blanks 
Total 



Polls closed at 8:00 P.M. 

Moved that this meeting be dissolved at 10:00 P.M. 



365 


235 


600 


1781 


1639 


3420 


134 


97 


231 
4251 


1490 


1208 


2698 


536 


557 


1093 


254 


206 


460 

4251 


573 


433 


1006 


1319 


1203 


2522 


388 


335 


723 
4251 


841 


770 


1611 


1160 


1003 


2163 


279 


198 


477 
4351 



Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk of Cohasset 



106 



VITAL STATISTICS 

Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths Recorded in 1980 

BIRTHS 

The total number of births recorded was seventy-nine, of which ten were de- 
layed returns and corrections of past years. Of the sixty-nine born in the year 
1980 all the parents were residents of Cohasset. There were thirty-four males 
and thirty-five females. 

PARENTS, BE SURE TO RECORD THE BIRTHS OF YOUR CHILDREN 
WITH GIVEN NAME IN FULL. 

MARRIAGES 

Total number of marriages was forty-eight including those where both parties 
were non-residents of Cohasset, thirty-six were solemnized in Cohasset during 
the current year. 

DEATHS 

Total number of deaths was seventy-eight including residents of Cohasset who 
died elsewhere and non-residents who died in Cohasset. Of the fifty-one who 
were residents of Cohasset, twenty were males and thirty-one females. 



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DEATHS FOR THE YEAR 1980 



Date 



Name 



M 



D 



January 




8 


Eileen G. Craven 


21 


Alfred James McFadden, Sr, 


25 


Benjamin King Brown 


27 


Theresa A. Infusino 


30 


Mary Elizabeth Pedersen 


February 




11 


Mary E. Healey 


23 


Marion D. Krauss 


25 


Emmy K. Anderson 


27 


Elsie M. Sullivan 


March 




12 


Myrtle Marie Ashum 


15 


William Reardon 


20 


DeUa McHugh 


20 


Edward Leo Twohig, Sr. 


21 


Carold Henry Brownell 


24 


Judith Bauer 


31 


Mary F. Mapes 


April 




1 


John Burleigh Clapp 


3 


JuHus Albert Gould 


9 


Michelle Lynn Lessner 


11 


Ada M. Nightingale 


14 


Richard B. Parsons 


17 


Frank Eugene Jason 


17 


Joseph Savino 


19 


Kathleen M. Kelly 


24 


Gertrude M. Walaschek 


24 


Kathryn Belyea 


26 


James Francis Higgins 


May 
4 


Josephine P. Ford 


26 


Joseph W. Conley 


8 


Virginia Litchfield 


12 


Rosalie Ardelle Robinson 


15 


Fred Troy, Jr. 


17 


Joseph Vincent Fahey 


20 


Myra Stanley 


20 


Paul D. Ffield 


June 




13 


A. Werk Cook 



73 


3 


11 


87 





4 


86 


5 


9 


82 


1 


5 


69 


2 


24 


84 


9 


25 


86 


3 


10 


89 


7 


6 


85 


1 


5 


80 


6 


25 


88 


7 


27 


90 


3 


9 


86 


11 


26 


64 


4 


12 


70 





13 


93 


9 


1 


83 


2 


25 


94 





28 


16 


5 


21 


93 


9 


8 


76 





26 


86 


11 


9 


71 





8 


17 


1 


7 


81 


9 


3 


89 


3 


21 


54 


9 


9 


69 


1 


16 


70 


5 


4 


88 


1 


28 


84 


11 


30 


59 


10 


15 


79 


3 


27 


95 


11 


19 


78 


11 


19 



69 



118 



June 




23 


Georgiana Massa 


27 


Violet May King 


28 


James Albert O'Brien, Jr. 


July 




5 


Daniel A. Yalowchuk 


8 


Edward W. Davis, Jr. 


19 


Marion Fuller James 


20 


Edwin A. Young 


20 


Mary C. O'Hayre 


21 


Mary Koval 


26 


Elizabeth Lee Reed 


30 


Mary M. Richard 


August 




3 


Francis Eugene Devine 


11 


Alice E. Gibbons 


27 


Margaret E. Damon 


Septembei 




17 


Elizabeth Johnson 


23 


Mabel Manley 


25 


Clarence Manuel Patrolia 


29 


Muriel Creighton Briggs 


October 




1 


Grace Anne Wigmore 


7 


John Francis James 


16 


Stewart MacKay Cameron 


18 


Consuelo Sturman 


22 


Jean Osborne Fuller 


November 




2 


Elizabeth C.Walsh 


3 


Thomas Joseph Myers 


4 


John Revere Chapin 


6 


Gunhild G. Gammons 


6 


Marjorie Frew Knox 


9 


Anne Bertha Helene Strobel 


18 


Luella Bailey 


21 


Mabel Cobb 


December 




12 


Gordon Campbell LeCain 


14 


Mary Abbie Fearing 


15 


Luther A. Bennett 


17 


Ruth Barry 


18 


Mildred E. Milligan 


19 


Herman Stenzel 


23 


Mary A. Tucker 



67 


11 


5 


79 


1 


4 


51 


1 


6 


21 


7 


25 


62 


11 


6 


84 


3 


5 


64 


1 


20 


25 


3 


5 


88 


5 


8 


62 


5 


2 


79 


6 


16 


98 


6 


8 


82 


11 


6 


73 


2 


7 


89 


2 


2 


76 


11 


27 


79 


5 


27 


76 


3 


28 


43 


7 


4 


80 


6 


17 


69 


11 


15 


78 


7 


6 


93 


11 


13 


70 


6 


28 


82 





5 


92 


3 


27 


75 


8 





40 


3 


19 


77 





3 


84 


8 


28 


78 


4 


23 


73 


11 


19 


102 


2 


9 


81 


5 


21 


89 


8 


11 


84 


10 


20 


93 


11 


9 


90 


9 


3 



119 



December 

24 

25 

28 

29 



Warner C. Holbrook 
Arthur F. Buddington 
Erin P. McDonald 
Elizabeth Mahoney 



84 


2 


12 


90 





26 


23 


8 


20 


92 


11 


22 



DEATHS NOT BEFORE REPORTED 



1979 




November 

27 


Brian M. Waal 


December 

13 

16 

17 

31 


Thomas Howie Suddath, Sr. 
Ruperta S. Crehan 
Katherine A. (Sullivan) Kilduff 
Eleanor T. Downs 



62 


10 


3 


72 


5 


26 


82 


11 


4 


02 


3 


26 



120 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF REGISTRARS 

Number of registered voters on January 1, 1980 4,538 

Number of registered voters on January 1 , 1 98 1 4,886 

Republicans 1405 

Democrats 1261 

Independents 2220 

Any resident not listed in the Census taken by the Board of Registrars during 
January and February should inform the Registrars before May 1st of each year. 

Meeting for the registration of voters are held at stated times during the year. 
Notices of these meetings are posted in the Post Office of the Town and in many 
other pubhc buildings. 

Population of Cohasset for the year 1 980 7,75 2 

Respectfully submitted, 

Clarence M. Grassie 
Chairman 



121 



REPORT OF THE PLANNING BOARD 

The Planning Board activities for January 1980-81 can be statistically sum- I 
marized in the following table : 

Development approved: 

1 Subdivision creating 8 new lots 

24 Form A's (subdivisions with street frontages not requiring approval of 

Harming Board) creating 121 new lots 
7 Site plan approvals for business development. 

Permit Fees from developers collected: 

For subdivision and site plan fees - $1 170.00 
(This is the first full year of this fee schedule.) 

Town Meeting Articles: April 16, 1980 

#25 and #26 Upgrading zoning standards for Downtown Business — 

Passed 
#27 and #28 Upgrading zoning standards for Highway Business — 

Failed to pass. 
#29 Standards for Common Drives — Passed. 
#30 Funds for topographical mapping — Passed. 

The Board accepted with regret the resignation of Leavitt Goodwin, and wel- 
comed Patrick Plante to the Board. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Patricia G. Facey, Chairman 
John E. Bradley, Vice -Chairman 
Barbar M. Power, Secretary 
John O'Toole 
Patrick Plante 



122 



REPORT OF THE POLICE CHIEF SELECTION COMMITTEE 

The Selectmen's appointment of John A. DeBassio as the Town's new Chief 
of PoHce completed a process which began in the 1978 Town Meeting. By vote 
of the Town, the appointing authority named five citizens to the Police Chief 
Selection Committee. After a process involving research and consultation by 
committee members, a pubHc hearing, and meetings with the Selectmen, Chief 
Feola, and Town Counsel, the committee undertook the search for a new Chief 
of PoUce. Advertisements in police professional journals with national circula- 
tion eHcited more than 225 requests for application forms; a total of 121 com- 
pleted apphcations, together with supporting documents, were read by each 
member of the committee. Of the nine highly -qualified appUcants interviewed by 
the committee, the names of three persons judged by the committee to be most 
highly qualified and appropriate for the job were forwarded to the Selectmen on 
May 28. From among those three, of course. Chief DeBassio was hired by the 
Selectmen. 

The Police Chief Selection Committee, having completed its task, now re- 
quests dissolution by the Town. We are unanimous in congratulating Cohasset's 
new Chief of Police, as we were in commending him to the community. His 
support, both within and outside the Police Department, represents a step 
forward by the community. 

Respectfully submitted, 

The Police Chief Selection Committee 
Rev. John Benbow, Chairman 
Mr. John E. Keefe 
Mrs. Margaret Lynch 
Mr. Richard Silvia 
Mr. John L. Thompson 

REPORT OF THE DESIGN REVIEW BOARD 

At the request of the Planning Board the Design Review Board reviewed two 
sets of plans in the Business Districts. 

Mrs. Bruce McLean was appointed to the Board. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth S. Hoopes, Chairman 

A. Patrick McCarthy, Vice-Chairman 

Margaret M. Benson, Secretary 

Jane F. McLean 

Roger Porter 

Richard C. Tousley 

Roger Whitley 

James Litchfield, ex-officio 



123 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 
SOUTH SHORE MOSQUITO CONTROL PROJECT FOR 1980 

Submitted, herewith, is a report of the South Shore Mosquito Control Project 
for 1980. 

The Project is a year round operation often adjoining communities cooperat- 
ing in a joint effort to reduce mosquitoes. The Project comprises the City of 
Quincy and the nine towns of Braintree, Cohasset, Duxbury, Hingham, Hull, 
Marshfield, Norwell, Scituate and Weymouth. These communities cover an area 
of approximately 170 square miles, serving a population of near 250,000. 

The Project was established in 1953 under a Massachusetts General Law, 
Chapter 252. The Project communities are in a voluntary membership. The 
Project's poHcy is set and administered by a board of commissioners, one ap- 
pointee from each community and from this number, a chairman is elected. The 
State Reclamation Board are the overseers of the operation and the adminstra- 
tors of the funds and purchasing. The Project is supervised by a superintendent 
appointed by the Board of Commissioners. 

This report covers the period from November 1, 1979 to October 31, 1980, 
beginning in the late fall when the Project's crews busied themselves in the clean- 
ing of the silt, sand, grass growth and other obstruction reducing water flow 
from stagnant water mosquito breeding sites. 

WINTER — The weather, for the second year in a row, remained open, a 
little snow with cool but mostly fair days. This allowed more than the normal 
amount of days to be spent on water management projects on the salt marshes 
and inland water swamps. Walking surveys were conducted along the many 
drainage ditches installed on the salt marshes and where the flow of water was 
blocked or restricted by sand, silt, shale or grass. These were removed to allow a 
maximum flow — referred to as "reclaiming ditch." 

The clearing of blocks and obstructions of brooks and streams in the upland 
wet areas was done — referred to as "brushing." 

During the inclement days, overhauling and maintenance of spray and other 
operational equipment was performed in preparation for the active mosquito 
season. The time and expense for the maintenance of the Project's vehicles and 
equipment has increased considerably as it becomes older and worn and cannot 
afford to be replaced. 

SPRING — April to June — The early spring activities were divided between 
water management projects and the mosquito larvae checking. By the dipping of 
spring thaw water pools, the Project is able to determine the amount of larvae 
and the location of the areas needed to be treated. The breeding sites are noted 
on maps to be used in aerial spray operations and the post treatment check of 
results. 

The absence of winter snows and dry conditions of the spring reduced the 
amount of acreage needed to be treated by aircraft. 

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SUMMER - July to September - Shortly after the completion of the aerial 
spray operation, the salt marsh mosquitoes, as well as other species, started 
emergences. The mist sprayers were put into service adulticiding in the areas of 
mosquito complaints. This past season an "Ultra Low Volume" cold fog insecti- 
cide unit was put into service. This U.L.V. unit is a relatively new conception o 
of adulticide fogging, whereby no heat is used, but small insecticidal dropplets 
are reduced to small micron units for disbursement over a much larger controlled 
area. It was quite successful where the unit was used, however, if it is to be com- 
pletely utilized in a project of this size, two to four more units must be used. 

The number of trained personnel was kept to a bare minimum this season due 
to a funding cutback. This made the larvae checking and larvaciding a quite 
limited operation. The fact that drought conditions kept the mosquito breed 
down, saved many areas from a great many mosquitoes that would have nor- 
mally been about. 

The Project participates annually in two other spray programs. These include 
the control of Greenhead Flies and Midges. The season being hot and dry 
favored the Greenhead Flies of the salt marshes. Fixed wing aircraft for Green- 
head FHes and a helicopter for Midges were employed to apply both a larvacide 
granular and an adulticide spray for these two pest insects. These operations 
complement the mosquito control operation. 

STATISTICS: 

Mosquito larvaciding - checked 3671 acres by dipping water for larvae 
counts, treated 562 acres for the control of mosquitoes in the larvae stage, ex- 
pending 1438 man hours. 

Aerial treatment by helicopter and fixed wing aircraft — treated 12,315 acres 
both in larvaciding and adulticiding, expending 300 man hours. This also 
includes Greenhead Fly and Midge treatment. 

Mosquito adulticiding — treated 12,441 acres with a mobile powered unit, 
fogger and sprayer, also some back pack units, expending 1939 man hours. 

Mosquito larvaciding and adulticiding with mobile powered unit — 2201 
storm catch basins and roadside drains were treated, expending 139 gallons of 
insecticide and 90 man hours. 

WATER MANAGEMENT 

A walking survey was made of 26,650 feet of drainage ditches, creeks, brooks 
and streams to determine what needs to be done to drain or increase the flow of 
stagnant water that in turn would reduce the number of mosquitoes this would 
produce. 

To flush or drain off stagnant water, 2450 feet of new ditch was constructed 
on tidal waterways. 

To maintain ditch work previously constructed, 1 10,300 feet of marsh ditch- 
ing was reclaimed. 

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To maintain the flow of water at its maximum, 82,125 feet of brooks, 
streams and "tap" ditches were cleaned of silt, sand, shale, growth and other 
obstructions that might block or impede water flow. 

The brushing (cutting) and clearing of 13,000 feet of growth was done. The 
purpose of this was for access of personnel and equipment to accomplish water 
management projects or to allow inaccessible areas to be checked and sprayed 
for mosquito larvae. 

In water management, 2870 man hours were expended. 

The maintenance of all equipment and the garage area is required by all per- 
sonnel. This includes the preventive as well as breakdown maintenance of all 
spray equipment, vehicles, tractors and garage property, the cleaning and storing 
of all equipment and chemical materials and the setting up preparations for all 
operations in the field. 2435 man hours were expended on Project maintenance. 

Vacation time — The average length of time in service of Project's personnel 
is over 20 years, most having the maximum vacation time allowed. 640 man 
hours were expended on personnel's vacations. 

Sick days are accumulative at 12 days per year. 280 man hours were ex- 
pended on personnel's sick time. 

All main hoUdays are paid by the Project. 460 man hours were expended on 
hoHdays. 

During the summer season the Project received 1742 request calls for spray 
service. Of these, approximately 1720 were answered in one manner or another, 
by adulticiding or larvaciding. 

Twleve commission board meetings were held during the year. 

The insecticides used by the Project were three: 

1 . Abate 4E for mosquito larvaciding at the applied rate of .03 of a pound 
actual to the acre. 

2. Fenthion 4E for mosquito larvaciding in storm catch basins at applied 
rate of .002 of pound to a basin. 

3. Malathion 57 E.G. for mosquito adulticiding at applied rates of 0.5 to .20 
of a pound per acre. 

The Project wishes to extend its appreciation for the services, assistances and 
courtesies extended to it from the Board of Commissioners, town officials and 
any other members of the community throughout the past year. 



126 



REPORT OF THE HARBOR DEPARTMENT 

The annual report of the Harbor Department is one of progress in many 
areas for the best interest of the boating pubUc and commercial fishermen. 

1 . The completion of a new breakwater installed at Bryants Point out to the 
first Dolphin gives good protection to the boats in the Yacht Club area and the 
commercial boats that moor there during the winter months. 

2. The installation of three new Dolphins marking the channel was com- 
pleted. Sheet piling was used instead of wooden piles. It is believed that they 
will stand up better under the adverse ice conditions that prevail where they 
are located. 

3. The purchase of the 17' Boston Whaler, the efforts of the personnel as- 
signed to the Harbor Patrol and the cooperation of the PoHce Department pro- 
duced the best results in years in curtailing vandalism and theft. 

4. It is hoped by the Department, if the red tape on behalf of the Environ- 
mentalists can be complied with, that the dredging project scheduled for Law- 
rence Wharf will be completed before the fiscal year ends. 

5. Again it becomes necessary for people who have boats in the harbor to 
comply with Harbor By-Laws. Those on the waiting list should reaffirm their 
intent to put a boat in the harbor and follow waiting Hst procedures. 

6. The passage of Proposition 2H reinforces the rule that mooring fees must 
be paid by June 1st of a calendar year. If the fee is not paid, the mooring will be 
removed and reassigned to a person on the waiting Hst. 

It should also be mentioned that every effort wiQ be made by the Depart- 
ment to give the best services possible within the scope of the cuts in the budget. 

Again my personal thanks to the Harbor Department Personnel. My thanks 
also to the Highway, Tree and Park, Water, and Wire Departments who have 
wiUingly assisted whenever called upon, and my continued appreciation of the 
good inter-department cooperation I have always experienced. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Harry H. Ritter, Harbormaster 



127 



REPORT OF THE SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

The various weighing and measuring devices in the Town of Cohasset have 
been carefully tested; seventy-four were sealed. 

The amount of $265.20 was collected for sealing fees and paid to the Trea- 
surer. 

Items in retail stores were checked for unit price. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Lot E. Bates, Sealer 

REPORT OF THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

The Committee continued its progress toward a uniform Classification and 
Pay Schedule plan for our Town employees. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Millard L. Drake, Chairman 
CUfford Mitman 
Robert J. Tis 
Edward Lubitz, Jr. 
John H. Mullett 

REPORT OF THE DOG OFFICER 

Submitted herewith is the report of the dog officer for the year ending De- 
cember 31, 1980. 

I received 881 calls at my home, of these calls 362 were pertaining to com- 
plaints, 402 were pertaining to lost or found dogs, and 117 were pertaining to 
general information. 

All complaints were investigated. Again, I urge all dog owners to Hcense their 
dogs as required by law and to display the hcense tag on their dogs. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John H. Barrett 
Dog Officer 



128 



REPORT FROM THE BOARD OF HEALTH 

The appointment of Dr. Charles Michael Bliss, due to the resignation of the 
Chairman Roger Pompeo, M.D., in February, by the two remaining Board 
members, and the Selectmen, brought the Board to full strength. As acting 
Chairperson, Marilyn Sweeney was then nominated and elected Chairperson. 
Lynne Buckley accepted the nomination and was duly elected as Secretary. 
This Board reflects a complete change in membership in less than one year. 

In 1980 the Board had begun revision of its own Rules and Regulations, 
and this was divided into three parts. Basic Rules and Regulations regarding 
promotion of health and protection of a safe enviroimient. Livestock Rules 
and Regulations reflecting the increasingly developed areas, and the reduc- 
tion of rural open space were addressed. Rules and Regulations upgrading Title 
V to respond to the unusually high water table and the extremely ledge -filled 
terrain in Cohasset were adopted by the Board. The Commonwealth is presently 
reviewing Title V with an eye toward revision through the Advisory Board ap- 
pointed for this purpose. Several Public Meetings were held on each segment of 
the Rules and Regulations and the Board beUeves the revisions reflect the input 
of the citizenry. Active participation from interested towns, boards, and people 
numbered about two hundred. 

The Board requested and was granted by the Selectmen the transfer of the 
Supervision of the Sanitary Landfill to the Public Highway Department, headed 
by Harold Litchfield. The Dump Study Committee did ground work addressing 
the Board's concern over the Ufe span of the Sanitary Landfill. Joint meetings 
with the Selectmen, our Board, the Committee, and the Highway Surveyor, 
culminated in the decision to request funding at Special Town Meeting this fall 
for a "Hydrogeological" Study to rule out the possibiUty of pollution to Rattle- 
snake Run or if that is occurring to correct it if possible or to address ourselves 
to location and purchase of a suitable alternative site. The firm chosen to per- 
form the study is E. J. Flynn, and the timetable established should enable us to 
come before Spring Town Meeting with a conclusion and phase plan for the 
future. It is imperative that the Citizens participate in recycling efforts while 
the Landfill is under orders not to expand laterally. 

The Board of Health and the Sewer Commissioners now share a full-time 
Secretary, a position which allows the office at 43 Ehn Street to be covered 
from 8:30 to 3:30 daily. The full-time Health Agent, Kevin O'Brien, has con- 
sistently continued to perform his job within the guidelines of the Common- 
wealth, and has been at the disposal of the Board as educator and implementor 
of Board decisions. 

A contract with Coastal Community, Mental Health conduit for the state 
and monitor of patients living in the Community rather than being institution- 
alized, as well as servicing community people seeking counseling and support, 
was re-established during fiscal 1980. Thier service faces removal from our bud- 
get due to Proposition 2H, and the community's share will undoubtedly be paid 
for directly by the state. This removal of a needed and worthwhile service, one 
which encourages individual community support for participation in a regional 



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mental health system for closer, more humane care, is indicative to the Board of 
cuts in service harmful to the health of our townspeople at the expense of an 
admittedly imperfect referendum. 

The present Board of Health and its Agent have spent a great deal of time in 
the past year trying to reduce redundant language, simplify and tailor rules to 
Cohasset's needs. We have been gratified by your willingness to join us in the 
decision-making process. Thank you for your support. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Marilyn Sweeney, Chairperson 
Lynne Buckley, Secretary 
C. Michael Bliss, M.D. 

DISPOSAL WORKS CONSTRUCTION 

New construction disposal works permits 44 

Alternations construction works permits 19 

Renewal construction works permits 5 

Final inspections 40 

Dye tests conducted 2 

Permit fees collected $223 .00 

Permit fees outstanding $45.00 

Percolation tests witnessed 44 

Fees from perc tests collected $330.00 

Fees outstanding for perc tests $330.00 

NUISANCE COMPLAINTS 

Sewage overflows 8 

Housing inspections 3 

Animals 2 

Refuse 2 

Miscellaneous 2 

Dog bites reported 7 

FOOD HANDLING ESTABLISHMENTS 

Year round restaurants 16 

Seasonal estabUshments 3 

Retail food estabUshments 6 

School cafeteria 1 

Water samples taken 22 

Swab tests of utensils 43 

Milk licenses 20 

Food service permits 19 

Retail food permits 6 

Mobile food permits • 2 

Frozen food permits 2 



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Catering licenses 1 

Special - temporary food service permits 1 

TOTAL FEES COLLECTED $180.50 

OTHER HEALTH AGENT ACTIVITIES 

Inspections of day-care centers, day camps, public 

schools, nursing homes 12 

Biological pick-ups from state diagnostic lab 7 

Burial permits issued 40 

Anti-rabies clinic inoculations 63 

Pump and haul permits 2 

Installer's permits 9 

Funeral director's permits 1 

Masseuse licenses 2 

Swimming pool Hcenses 2 

Fees collected from permits and licenses $1 16.00 

Fees collected from rabies clinic $189.00 

TOTAL FEES COLLECTED $305 .00 

International immunization certificates 4 

DISPOSAL AREA 

Commercial Rubbish Permits 6 

Fees collected from permits $300.00 

Number of disposal area tickets given out 1472 

Fees collected from tickets $1472.00 
Fees collected from private landfill according to 

Chapter III, Section 1 50A of M.G.L. $4838.00 

COASTAL COMMUNITY COUNSELING CENTER (July - November) 

Number of hours - after care 12.5 

Fees paid $150.00 

Number of hours - adult services 81 

Fees paid $972.00 



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REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE TO STUDY 
SPACE NEEDS FOR TOWN OFFICES 

Part of the work under Article 16 of the 1980 Annual Meeting is complete. 
The insulation in the Town Hall attic has been installed and the storm windows 
are in place. They make the building considerably more comfortable and we 
expect a 20% fuel saving. 

After further study, we decided to replace the older boiler because we learned 
that the best way to fulfill the Town Hall's various heating requirements (daily 
use of the offices, intermittent use of the hall and only occasional use of the 
stage, etc.), would be a zoned hot water system, and that a gas fired Hydropulse 
boiler would be the most efficient and economical heat source. Hydropulse is 
a new, highly efficient boiler manufactured by Hydrotherm, Inc., an established 
manufacturer of industrial and domestic boilers. Their track record is good, and 
the state has approved our proposal to use them. 

This system will heat the entire building. The newer of the present boilers 
can remain in place as a stand-by and continue as an oil fired unit. It would be 
connected by appropriate valves to the new hot water system, which would 
completely replace steam piping and radiators throughout the building. 

Because Hydropulse seemed a considerable improvement over the conven- 
tional system, and because Hydropulse can only be used with a hot water sys- 
tem, we chose to forego the installation of the conventional boiler rather than 
spend the $7300 that it would cost and replace the work so soon after, or, on 
the other hand, commit the Town to a second best solution to the problem. 

Whether we go ahead with this program at the 1981 Annual Town Meeting 
and whether we go ahead with the installation of the sprinkler system and air 
movement system as contemplated in Article 17 of the 1980 meeting, for which 
plans and specifications are ready for presentation, depends upon whether the 
Town will be able to raise the funds within the limits of Proposition IVi. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Richard Avery 
Daniel Campbell 
Joseph Cotter 
Clifford Dickson 
Margaret DiUon 
Ted Patrolia 
Warren Pratt 
James Hooper, Secretary 
Daniel Cotton, Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE RECREATION DIRECTOR 

It is with distinct pleasure that this report of the Recreation Department 
activities be submitted to the Citizens of Cohasset. 

During the Fiscal Year 1980, July 1, 1979 thru June 30, 1980, over 7,443 
individuals participated in Recreation Department programs, activities, and 
events. This is an increase of 61 5 people from last year, or a 9.0% increase in 
the number of individuals served. The essential factor attributed to the increase 
of participants is the wider spectrum of activities and programs. 

Each year the department tries to add new programs to the existing matrix 
of programs or, in some cases, deleting existing programs which gain marginal 
response, in favor of a new program which generates a much higher response. 
We are continually evaluating and updating the existing programs in an effort 
to provide those programs and services where a demand is indicated. In order to 
afford residents the best possible services, we are trying to remain flexible, dy- 
namic, and responsive in regard to programming. 

Most programs require a minimal program fee charge, ranging from $4.00 to 
$15.00. Also, a 50% reduction of fee granted to second or more children from 
the same family, registering for a given program, at the same time. During the 
Fiscal Year 1980, (July 1, 1979 - June 30, 1980), the Recreation Department 
generated via program fees $5,625.00. In addition, another $2,074.43 was trans- 
acted through the Revolving Account Fund — a fund designed to make specific 
programs 100% self-supporting, but may only be utilized within specific and 
stringent guidelines, precluding the general use of the fund. 

Monies collected in Fiscal 1980, represent an approximate 15% offset of the 
total Recreation Department budget for Fiscal Year 1981. 

Passage of Proposition Vh will directly affect the Recreation budget, and 
as of this writing, will decrease the present budget by 20%. It is anticipated, 
however, that programs will not be greatly effected. Rather, reorganization, fee 
increases, and re-structure of operating procedures may contain the impact of 
the budget reduction to the administrative areas. A number of avenues are cur- 
rently being explored to minimize and reduce the impact of a reduced budget. 

The Elm's Meadow Skating area has had its most successful year due to 
weather conditions and the fact that the area has been completed in regard to 
functional purposes. Lights are on from dusk to about 10:00 p.m. when skating 
conditions allow. Thanks should go to a number of individuals for their efforts 
and support throughout the project duration. 



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special thanks should go to numerous individuals who have donated much 
time as volunteer coaches for the Street Hockey, Soccer and Basketball Leagues, 
as well as the Summer Playground Program. Also, many thanks should go to 
numerous Town Boards, and Departments as well as a host of individuals for 
their continuing help and service which we cannot always reciprocate. Also, 
gratitude should be recognized for the members of the Cohasset Recreation 
Commission for their continuing donation of time and work: Current members 
are: Richard P. Barrow, Chairman; Nancy E. Sladen, Vice-Chairman; Alna L. 
Ekberg, Secretary; James L. Gallagher, Eugene K. Price, Ernest J. Sullivan, and 
Hamilton T. Tewksbury, Members. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John M. Worley, Director 



REPORT OF THE COHASSET WIRE DEPARTMENT 

I herewith submit the Annual Report of the Wire Department for the year 
of 1980. 

FIRE AND TRAFFIC SIGNALS 

Some fifteen thousand feet of fire alarm wire was replaced this past year, 
leaving only No. Main Street to complete this coming spring. Two new fire 
boxes were added to the system. All fire boxes were painted and tested. Traffic 
lights were put in good working condition, and also painted. In the coming 
year the lights at Sohier and Ripley Road are to be replaced. 

WIRE INSPECTION 

All work done by electrical contractors was inspected by the Department, 
and fees turned into the Town Treasurer.' 

TOWN BUILDINGS 

All electrical work and repairs were done by the Wire Department in buildings 
owned by the Town. 

I wish to thank the Board of Selectmen for their cooperation with the De- 
partment, and the men who worked with me in this very busy year; a job well 
done. 

' Respectfully submitted, 

Stephen F. Wigmore 
Superintendent of Wire Department 



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REPORT OF THE COUNCIL ON AGING 

Open meetings of the Council are held every second Tuesday of the month 
at 10:00 a.m. at the Parish House of the First Parish Church. The nine volunteer 
member board meets to discuss plans for the welfare of a very important 
segment of the town's population — the elderly. 

The following programs and activities are made possible through the efforts 
of the Council, the Social Service League and over one hundred dedicated volun- 
teers. 

Nutrition: The Meals on Wheels program, serving approximately 5,000 meals 
per year, is supervised by volunteers from the Social Service League. Meals are 
delivered six days a week to the homes of the elderly who need assistance. 
Special diets are arranged when necessary. There is a nominal fee of $1.55 per 
meal, but financial aid is available. The actual cost of the meals, prepared by the 
Red Lion Inn is $2.00. The Council pays the difference. 

In addition, lunches prepared at the High School are served every Tuesday 
during the school year at the Parish House of the First Parish Church at 12:30 
p.m. Over 1,300 meals were served by volunteers from St. Anthony's, St. 
Stephen's, Second Congregational and the First Parish Church. Those interested 
should call 383-1 100 by Monday noon. Lunch is $1.00. 

Transportation: The Rotary Club conducted a drive throughout the town 
to purchase an eight passenger bus. The response was excellent and the Council 
wishes to express its deep gratitude to the Rotary Club and the townspeople. 

The Senior Shuttle Bus makes approximately 100 trips each week to the 
shopping plazas, medical offices and various functions. The trips are handled 
by 40 Social Service League volunteers. 

On Sundays another group of nine volunteers drive the bus to the various 
churches. 

For information on the bus schedules consult the Vista or call 383-0821. 

Information: A Council sponsored monthly publication, the Visat, is mailed 
to 325 homes each month. To receive this news of upcoming social, educational 
and recreational activities, call 383-1 100 weekday mornings. 

Recreation: Two bus trips a year are sponsored by the Council. The Council 
works closely with the 60 Plus Club and its 200 members. The 60 Plus Club 
meets on the third Thursday of the month at the Parish House of the First Parish 
Church. 



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Along with ten other South Shore Communities, Cohasset is a participant in 
the South Shore Home Care, Inc., 140 South Main St., Cohasset. This corpora- 
tion is under aegis of the Department of Elder Affairs, both State and Federal, 
and is concerned with all aspects of care for the elderly. This year the Social 
Service League was the recipient of a grant from the South Shore Home Care. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Rev. John Keohane, Chairman 

Mrs. Helen Barbary, Housing Representative 

Mrs. John Daunt, Secretary 

Mrs. Charles Donovan, Pres. 60 Plus Club 

Mrs. W. Howard Enders, Chrm. Tuesday Luncheons 

Mr. Conrad Ericsson, Shuttle Bus Coordinator 

Mr. George Fellows, Treasurer 

Mrs. Herbert Morse, Chairman of Vista 

Mr. John MuUett, Publicity 

REPORT OF THE HARBOR COMMITTEE 

In 1980 the following events affected both harbor operations and plans for 
the future: 

1- A master plan for improvement of the harbor was completed with funds 
from the state office of Coastal Zone Management and matching Town 
funds. 

2- The breakwater reconstruction was completed bringing the walls back to their 
original height and adding a small breakwater to the opposite side of the 
harbor entrance. 

3- Reconstruction of the dolphin range lights along the channel was begun to 
correct a serious problem resulting from the deterioration of these navi- 
gation aids. 

4- Implementation of the master plan schedule was begun with submission of 
a grant application to the state office of Coastal Zone Management for the 
design of the fisherman's pier reconstruction and expansion. 

A continuing improvement of the appearance and operating efficiency of the 
harbor was much in evidence in 1980. The new Sailing Club facilities, the Old 
Salt House pier reconstruction, and the new breakwalls are evidence of concern 
and effort on the part of Town officials and private organizations, as well as 
continuing and effective Town support. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles G. Fink, Chairman 
Cohasset Harbor Committee 



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REPORT OF THE CAPITAL BUDGET COMMITTEE 

The responsibilities of the Capital Budget Committee are set forth in Article 
V, Section 3 (c) of the By-Laws of the Town which were adopted April 7, 1979. 
It reads as follows: 

*'The Capital Budget Committee shall review and investigate capital budget 
requirements of all Town departments and evaluate their needs, recommending 
priorities for a five-year period. They shall report their findings and recom- 
mendations to the Board of Selectmen, the Advisory Committee, and the Town 
Meeting". 

In meeting its charge the Committee met thirteen times during 1980 to re- 
view, investigate and evaluate capital requirements of various Town departments 
and submitted its recommendations to the Board of Selectmen, the Advisory 
Committee and to the Annual Town Meeting of April 5, 1980 and Special Town 
Meetings of February 14, 1980 and November 13, 1980. 

The Committee prepared and distributed to those citizens attending the 
Annual Town Meeting a schedule of capital items expended or committed for 
the years ending June 30, 1978/1988. The report appeared to be well received 
by and of assistance to those present. The Committee intends to continue and 
expand upon this report for the 1981 meeting. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WiUiam E. Kelley, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE TREE AND PARK DEPARTMENT 

During this year, the Tree and Park Department continued its spraying pro- 
gram. It expects alot of problems with gypsy moths and advises homeowners 
to get in touch with private contractors regarding gypsy moth. The Town does 
not spray on private property.. 

Roadside clearing and tree maintenance is a year-round program. 

I would like to thank the men of the department and of other departments 
for their cooperation through the 1980 year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Peter G. Laugelle 

Tree and Park Superintendent 



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REPORT OF THE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

The following is a summary of work performed by the Highway Department 
during this past year. 

The department completed a very difficult installation of drainage on Sohier 
Street. This project involved a great deal of blasting, and took quite some time 
to complete. In all, 911 feet of 12" pipe, 143 feet of 10" pipe and nine new 
catch basins were installed. Now that this drainage project has been done, and 
the temporary road has had a chance to settle, we plan to resurface the entire 
area this coming year. The other major drainage project was on Nichols Road 
where we installed 161 feet of 10" pipe and five new catch basins. In addition, 
many other catch basins in various parts of town were repaired or completely 
replaced, as needed. 

Almost one full mile of mix-in-place was installed. This work was done on 
parts of Nichols Road, King Street and various other sections of streets and 
roadways. 

We resurfaced, with Type I bituminous concrete, 5,280 feet of Beech wood 
Street and 4,000 feet of Atlantic Avenue. This work was financed by monies 
raised at the annual Town Meeting, supplemented by aid from the Common- 
wealth. Approximately 8,000 gallons of MC800 hot oil was used as a surface 
treatment on various roadways in town. 

In June, we took deHvery of the front-end-loader which was voted at the 
last Annual Town Meeting. It has been a valuable addition to the department, 
and has increased our efficient use of equipment dramatically. I would like to 
take this opportunity to thank everyone who supported the purchase of this 
valuable piece of equipment. 

On July 1 , the Highway Department took under its jurisdiction the manage- 
ment of the Disposal Area. At the time of this writing, the area was undergoing 
a hydrology study. The outcome of this study will determine the future of the 
present disposal area. We all are aware of the problems facing us concerning the 
landfill operation. We are under state mandate to correct the present situation, 
but only time and more studies will determine what steps we will have to take, 
and what cost to the Town. 

During the course of the year, all roads were swept several times, and street 
lines repainted where needed. All fences were painted, repaired, and where 
needed, replaced. Many street signs were repaired, and in most instances, re- 
placed. Due to an increase in vandaUsm, many more signs had to be replaced 
this year. This was accompHshed at a good deal of expense to the Town. 

At this time I wish to thank the men of my department for their continuing 
cooperation. I also would like to thank the members of the various town de- 
partments and boards for their generous support over these past three years. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Harold W. Litchfield, Highway Surveyor 
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REPORT OF THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT 

The following is a report of the Building Department for the year 1980: 



Building permits issued 


396 


Building permits voided 


4 


Fees returned to appHcant 


$5.00 


Building permit fees paid to treasurer 


$7,564.00 


Estimated cost of all projects for which building 




permits were issued 


$3,395,384.00 



A breakdown of building permits is on file in the Building Department 
Office. 

Buildings inspected for group occupancy 43 

Inspection fees paid to treasurer $700.00 

Plumbing permits issued 138 

Plumbing fees paid to Treasurer $2,388.00 

Plumbing Inspectors paid $ 1 ,530.00 

Gas permits issued 115 

Gas fees paid to Treasurer $1,456.00 

Gas Inspectors paid $ 1 ,345 .00 

TOTAL FEES COLLECTED by Building Department $12,108.00 

To avoid needless expense and even tragedy, the public is urgently advised to 
follow instructions for the correct installation of stoves and their proper use. 
Inspections of installations should be made by the Building Inspector who will 
issue the homeowner a Certificate of Inspection for conformance with the State 
Building Code. 

The Fourth Edition of the State Building Code came out in October 1980 
and is in the process of being reviewed for changes. 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all Town Departments for their 
cooperation and assistance during 1980. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James A. Litchfield 
Building Inspector 
Zoning Officer 



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REPORT OF THE CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

The Conservation Commission lield many hearings during the year on appHca- 
tions under the Wetlands Protection Act, Chapter 131, Section 40. The Com- 
mission continues to spend a major portion of its time administering the Wetlands 
Protection Act. 

There was one resignation in 1980, Joann Ford. We wish to extend to her our 
thanks for the contribution she made to the work of the Commission during her 
term. We welcome a new member, Robert Maki. 

The Commission continues to serve the town in a regulatory and advisory 
way. It is the only official town agency with the specific duty of protecting our 
natural resources. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Patricia Buckley, Chairman 

John Bryant 

Janet Ditmar 

John Hubbard 

Robert Maki 

Peter O'LoughUn 

Austin O'Toole 



REPORT OF THE COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY 

The sixty-four apartment community for the elderly and handicapped had 
five tenant changes in 1980. In total there have been twenty-five tenant changes 
since the complex opened in January 1975. 

Improvements were made in the walkways and railings to meet the state 
requirements and a Certificate of Occupancy was issued to the Authority by the 
town Building Inspector, James A. Litchfield. 

Mrs. A. Patricia Barrow retired upon completion of the five year term to 
which she was elected and Mrs. Marquerite Libby was elected to fiU this vacancy. 

The Authority expresses its thanks to all of the town organizations and in- 
dividuals who have helped this community in many ways during the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Yolanda Baccari, Assistant Secretary 
Kathleen M. Conte, Treasurer 
Marquerite Libby, Vice Chairman 
Lloyd W. Prescott, Assistant Treasurer 
George W. Benedict, III, Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE COHASSET HISTORIC COMMISSION 

ARCHIVES 

Cohasset is indeed fortunate to have had David Wadsworth work on the town 
archives. During his one and one-half years of effort, he has gathered, inven- 
toried, set up the vauh and catalogued the records up to 1930. Although there 
is still more work to be done, the major undertaking is completed. Many thanks 
for a job well done. 

TOWN CLOCK 

The town clock is now completed and is working very well. The mechanical 
parts of the movement have been overhauled and put into excellent condition. 
The clock dials have been repainted and fitted with new numbers and hands. 

LIGHTHOUSE KEEPERS OFFICE 

Lot Bates and his son did an excellent job of restoring the siUs, floor joists, 
reboarding, facia boards and clapboard of the Lighthouse Keepers Office on 
Government Island. They did far more work than they were ever paid to do and 
we are sure the Town appreciates their efforts. This year we hope to have the 
window sashes replaced and the front door rebuilt. 

INVENTORY 

David Wadsworth has continued to research and inventory more buildings 
in the downtown and harbor areas. Although this is an ongoing project, we have 
completed the major task. We would like to inventory the Victorian summer 
estates in the future. 

FUTURE PROJECTS 

We would like to have some parts of Cohasset placed on the National Registry 
of Historic Places in America; Historic Harbor walk in memory of Francis 
Hagerty; signs to identify the Uttle-known historic sites in Cohasset; a historic 
walk through Witney Woods identifying places of interest. We are also con- 
cerned about the Beech wood Fire Station being demoHshed. We would Hke to 
see the building saved from destruction. 

NOTE 

The primary purpose of the Cohasset Historic Commission is to help pre- 
serve the character and flavor of the Town. We welcome concerned citizens to 
our meetings and encourage pubUc participation. We meet the second Monday 
of each month. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Betty Enaers, Secretary Kenneth Sargent 

Herbert Marsh David Wadsworth 

Jean Replogle Noel Ripley, Chairman 

Grace Tuckerman 

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REPORT OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT 

I herewith submit the Annual Report of the Fire Department for the year 
ending December 31, 1980. 

SUMMARY OF INCIDENTS 

BELL ALARMS 114 

STILL ALARMS 829 

943 
INCIDENTS PER MONTH 

JAN. FEB. MAR.APR. MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC 

72 72 80 77 98 64 88 81 80 71 72 88 

CLASSIFICATION OF INCIDENTS 

Investigation of gas odors, smoke and other reported 

hazardous conditions 97 

Grass, brush and Woods Fires 47 

Illegal Burning 7 

False Alarms 7 

Bomb Scares 5 

Automobile, Truck and Motorcycle accidents 85 

Assisting Persons 133 

Broken Water Pipes and Frozen Sprinkler Systems 11 

Electrical Fires, Wires and Poles 3 

Control of Flammable Liquid Spills 6 

Accidental or Faulty Alarm Systems 28 

Automobile, Truck and Motorcycle Fires 20 

Disposal Area Fires 8 

Building Fires 18 

Chimney Fires 9 

Clothes Dryer Fires 1 

Oil Burner Fires 9 

Miscellaneous 1 

Dumpster Fires 2 

Mutual Aid for Fires: To Hingham 12 

HuU 21 

Scituate 6 

Mutual Aid for Fires: From Hingham 3 

HuU 6 

Scituate 

First Aid Rendered, not requiring transport 118 

Transport Medical Patients to Hospitals 258 

Transport Injured Patients from Automobile 

and Industrial Accidents to Hospitals 33 

Mutual Aid for Medical: To Hingham 5 

Hull 6 



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Scituate 20 

Mutual Aid for Medical: From Hingham 

HuU 

Scituate 8 

EQUIPMENT 

The first diesel powered pumping engine was placed in service in July of this 
year. This unit carries 600 gals, of water, approximately 3,000 feet of hose, 
has good equipment stowage compartments, and provides the driver protection 
and visability, has good maneuverability and adequate power for quick accelera- 
tion. All important factors in the success of its operational life. 

The motor of Engine 2 was removed, rebuilt and re -installed by the de- 
partment mechanic. At a considerable saving to the town. This should aid in 
extending the life of this unit for ten years. 

All other department vehicles received lubrication, tune-ups and adjustments 
to keep them in good operation order. 

Before the end of this fiscal year, the program of rehabilitating and updating 
the self contained breathing apparatus should be completed. This will bring all 
of these units up to current standards, and make them all interchangeable and 
compatable. 

PERSONNEL 

The Table of Organization of the Fire Department calls for twenty-eight offi- 
cers and men, assigned to four groups of seven men each. 

Due to the retirement of a Captain and one firefighter the number of avail- 
able men has been reduced to twenty-six, making two of the groups short a man. 

Further reductions in manpower, as indicated by Proposition l^h, will make it 
impossible to properly cover the required fire apparatus and ambulance. Your 
request for a 15% budget reduction results in the loss of six men - greater 
reductions in manpower than this will require the eUmination of the emergency 
ambulance service. This is due to a shortage of men and trained E.M.T.'s. 

STATIONS 

The stations at Beechwood and North Cohasset remain the same. The prob- 
lems of size, condition and location remain unresolved, requiring serious con- 
sideration in the near future. 

GENERAL COMMENTS 

It should be noted at this time that the department lost the services of two 
valued employees, due to retirement. 



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Captain George E. Casey Appointed Firefighter 2. 6.50 

Appointed Captain 6.13.57 

Retired 7.31.80 

Firefighter 

John F. Thompson Appointed Firefighter 2.23.56 

Retired 7.31.80 

Both of these men served the department with honor and dedication. 

CONCLUSION 

I would like to thank the citizens of Cohasset for their support and coopera- 
tion. To the Honorable Board of Selectmen, other department heads and de- 
partment members, and all committees and boards for their understanding, 
guidance and cooperation, my sincere thanks. 

To all of the Officers and Men of the Fire Department for their dedication 
and performance of duties my sincere thanks and appreciation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles Piepenbrink 

Chief of Fire Department and 

Forest Fire Warden 



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REPORT OF THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

As a School Committee we have always believed that education is a debt 
which the present generation owes to its future citizens, one proven way in 
which the democratic process will continue to be strong and build an aware 
electorate. We realize, however, that the electorate has spoken and as a result 
we must all learn to do more with less. 

The 1980 school year has brought many local as well as state-wide changes 
for the Cohasset School System. Many fme educational programs and concerns 
which were developed in 1978 and 1979 have been incorporated into our school 
system. During the fall of this year the Committee and the Administration began 
to grapple with the realities of the Chapter 580 mandate known as Proposition 
2H. Obviously Proposition 2^h. has brought a completely new dimension for 
Massachusetts schools. As a result of this legislation many of the answers to 
pressing questions of educational priorities are just beginning to surface and the 
months ahead will find us expending much of our energy in the ordering of our 
educational priorities which will set the course that the "Skippers" will follow 
for many years to come. That course will be a challenging one. 

Our Town has always been proud of the education of its young people, 
their success in colleges of their choice and careers of their interests. We wish 
to take the opportunity to publicly pledge to the citizens and students of Co- 
hasset that we will do everything within our power to maintain the quaUty of 
our education while learning to live within the limits of our fiscal appropria- 
tions. In doing this we will adjust those programs which, in our judgment, are 
the least detrimental to the quality education of our student body. 

Our reductions will be carefully studied and given priority in order to select 
those items which do not directly affect the delivery of educational services to 
children. These items will be the first to be scrutinized for either eUmination or 
reduction. Your School Committee reaUzes the value of a quality pubhc educa- 
tion for all individuals but at the same time we know that our Town is a highly 
academic community where a very large percentage of young people go on to 
colleges and post-secondary education. Therefore, we will do everything in our 
power to develop methods to keep our advanced placement, honors, and college 
preparatory programs functioning at a competitive level which will continue to 
ensure our student body acceptance at the colleges of their choice. 

We also accept the responsibility of providing as much detailed information 
concerning these decisions to the Cohasset Community in order that they will 
understand and hopefully accept the changes which must come about because 
of this new State mandate. We are determined to proceed in an objective and 
straightforward manner, remembering first and foremost the educational well 
being of the students for whom we are legally responsible. 

Locally, the Committee has also faced "the chaUenge of change" and during 
the spring and summer months were involved in probably the most important 
task of our School Committee careers, the selection of a new Superintendent 
of Schools. We certainly would not have been able to meet the deadlines which 



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we set for ourselves without the tremendous effort of the members of the 
Screening Committee who worked so many hours in assisting in the details 
necessary. The Screening Committee was chaired by Mr. John J. O'Donnell, Jr. 
and included: Mr. Julian S. Hartwell; Mr. Stewart S. Sargent; Mrs. Paul E. 
Carlson; Mrs. Edmund Lahage; Rev. John M. Benbow and Mr. M. James Shu- 
maker. Our hard work came to a happy end when we appointed Eugene C. 
Crowell as Superintendent on August 18, 1980. 

We wish to take this opportunity to welcome to our community, Mr. Eugene 
C. Crowell who has accepted the responsibility of leading our educational system 
through this trying period of fiscal adjustment. 

The School Committee wishes to publicly acknowledge and thank the efforts 
of Mr. John Raftery for serving the school system as Acting Superintendent 
during the interim period. Mr. Raftery, in addition to performing his own duties 
as Business Manager, was extremely helpful to the School Committee during the 
search process and kept the school running smoothly in the changeover of Cen- 
tral Office Administrations. 

During our regular meeting on December 1980, the School Committee accep- 
ted and approved the academic standards developed by our Administration and 
Citizens' Committee for the improvement of the basic skills of math, reading 
and writing. A special thanks to Mrs. Diana Kornet for acting as the School 
Committee's liaison with the committee as well as working with this group in 
completing its responsibilities. In doing so we have brought our system into 
compUance with the State mandates governing the Improvement of Basic Skills. 
We will continue to use both these standards and our local and standardized tests 
to improve the quality of all of our education. I offer thanks to all persons in- 
volved in that accompHshment which can not help but result in an overall im- 
provement in our process. 

We are also proud of our new Health Education Program and the appoint- 
ment of Mr. Michael Gill as the Health Coordinator/Teacher for grades K-12. 
He is already making a notable contribution to the well being of our students 
and community. A sincere word of thanks is in order for the time and excellent 
efforts of the Health Advisory Committee, which worked tirelessly in making 
the long-needed development a reality. 

During the year it became obvious to the School Committee that an updating 
of all existing job descriptions was necessary in order to ensure the proper 
delineation of authority as well as the description of responsibility. Therefore, 
a sub-committee directed by Mrs. Gjesteby and Mrs. Walsh worked diligently in 
re-writing aU of our job descriptions. Those descriptions were accepted by the 
School Committee during the year and are proving invaluable as we swing into 
the responsibilities of Chapter 580. 

In closing, I would like to express my thanks to all the groups and individuals 
who have contributed to the success of the Cohasset PubHc Schools. A con- 
tinued vote of thanks to the teachers and administrators for a job well done in 
keeping our educational standards high. To my fellow School Committee col- 



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leagues I am afraid to say that the year ahead will demand an even higher meas- 
ure of effort and cooperation, but I am confident that by working together 
in the manner we have over the past year a way will be found to keep intact 
that quality school system of which Cohasset is so justly proud. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Frank W. England, Chairman 

Cohasset School Committee 

MEMBERS: 

Jack Langmaid, III, Vice Chairman 

Martha Gjesteby, Secretary 

Irene Brown 

Diana Komet 

Patricia Walsh 



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REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 

It is with a great deal of pleasure and anticipation that I submit my first 
Annual Town Report to the Cohasset Community. 

As most of you know, I accepted the Superintendency in October of 1980 
moving from a North Shore Community where I had served more than twenty 
years as a Central Office Administrator and Superintendent. I consider it a 
privilege and an educational challenge to have won this opportunity. Your 
community is well known for its high academic standards, its support of edu- 
cation, and its fine student body and staff. In addition, to be living in such 
scenic South Shore surroundings is by no way a distraction from the situation. 
Because this is my first formal report to the Town I feel that I would like to 
briefly describe my Educational Philosophy in order that you may have a 
benchmark against which to judge my educational style. 

I have long been an advocate of a well-balanced, comprehensive program for 
public education which will meet the individual needs of all of the students en- 
rolled in the schools across our land. Only through such programs can the 
American goal of equality of educational opportunity be realized. Education 
continues to be the paramount force in providing the' public with a means of 
social and economic mobility which is so important to a growing nation. If the 
American way of life is to survive in this world of clashing ideologies, the work 
of the public schools must regain the confidence of the American people and 
be reinstated as a national priority. 

In these times of economic crisis, the comprehensive nature of our schools 
will be seriously threatened; the arts, the humanities, vocational and avocational 
programs, athletics; in short, most of the affective learning needs of our students 
can be lost or so diluted as to become ineffectual. These affective learning pat- 
terns, I believe, blend with cognitive skills to produce the true character of 
American public education and educate an aw^are electorate which continues to 
contribute to our nation's strength. Our goal of educating "all comers" must not 
be put aside. Each student's needs and personal learning styles must continue 
to be addressed by meaningful programs. 

As FrankUn Delano Roosevelt so aptly said, "Public education provides the 
raw material for the American Way of Life and in the long run what our teach- 
ers do across our land is perhaps more important than the work that we do 
here at the White House even in this time of national stress." It is ironic that in 
a time when the pubHc needs our help with so many new social problems and 
concerns, that we must retrench and Hmit our efforts so drastically. We must 
work toward an "economy model" of comprehensive education, striving for 
quality even though it must be done within limited means. 

Speaking from the questionable base of two months of experience in your 
community, I will try my best to report to you the educational accomplish- 
ments of your school system during the 1979-1980 school year. 



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A Projection of Student Enrollment 

In order to plan for the next five years of necessary change for the Cohasset 
School System, I have prepared the following enrollment projection. My fiscal 
year 1982 budget will be based upon these estimates and in a very real way have 
influenced the assumptions which we have made as to school plant and facilities 
as well as program design. These projections show an average enrollment decline 
of 70.4 students per year over a five-year period. The method used in the pro- 
jection is known as the cohort survival method of straight line projection. One 
significant fact that we will watch closely is that the Osgood School student 
population seems to be stabilizing and remaining constant. Our decision to leave 
the Osgood open was partially based on this information. We will be watching 
this trend closely in the months ahead for our long-range planning. 

COHASSET ENROLLMENT PROJECTION 

1979-1984 

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 
Grades Oct. 1 Nov. 1 Proj. Proj. Proj. Proj. 

Primary 

K-3 300 300 294 297 325 340 

Osgood 

Intermediate 

4-6 378 363 325 281 220 214 

Deer Hill 

Total Elementary 

K-6 708 663 609 578 545 554 

7-8 296 272 257 245 244 199 

Junior High 

9-12 618 610 592 574 549 517 

Senior High 

Total Secondary 

7-12 914 882 849 809 783 706 

Total System 

K-12 1622 1545 1468 1397 1338 1270 

At the secondary level areas (7-12). Under the able direction of Principal, 
Richard Streeter, the Junior/Senior High School continues to enjoy a fine post 
secondary and college placement record. Students from the class of 1980 ma- 
triculated to a total of 140 diversified colleges and our follow-up studies show a 
high success rate during our students' initial year. Included for your inspection 
is our Profile of the Class of 1980. 

CLASS OF 1980 ADVANCED EDUCATION PROFILE 

4 year college attendance 68% 

2 year colleges 6% 

Technicians, nurses and others 6% 

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Work 
Services 

Total further education 

The graduating class of 1980 totalled 146 students. 



17% 
3% 

80% 



SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES THAT OFFERED ADMISSION TO 

COHASSET HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATING SENIORS 

IN THE CLASS OF 1980 



Academic Moderne School 

Andrew College 

Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale 

Assumption College 

Babson College 

Bates College 

Bentley College 

Boston College 

Boston State College 

Boston University 

Bridgewater State College 

Brown University 

Bryant College 

Burdett School 

California College of Arts & Crafts 

California Institute of Technology 

CathoUc University of America 

Clarkson College 

Colby College 

College of The Holy Cross 

Colorado College 

C. W. Post College 

Daniel Webster College 

Duke University 

Embry Riddle School 

Emerson College 

Emmanuel College 

Endicott College 

Fairfield University 

Fitchburg State College 

Framingham State College 

Franklin Pierce College 

Green Mountain College 

Hampshire College 

Hartt College of Music 

Hofstra University 

Indiana University 

Ithaca College 

Johns Hopkins University 

Johnson & Wales College 



Katharine Gibbs School 

Keene State College 

Lasell Junior College 

Lesley College 

Maine Maritime Academy 

Marietta College 

Massachusetts CoUege of Art 

Massachusetts Maritime Academy 

Massasoit Community College 

McGill University 

Merrimack College 

Michigan State University 

Mount Holyoke College 

New England Conservatory of Music 

North Adams State College 

Northeastern University 

Norwich University 

Ohio State University 

Pennsylvania State University 

Perkinston Junior CoUege 

Pine Manor College 

Plymouth State College 

Providence College 

Regis College 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

Roger Williams College 

St. Anselm's College 

St. Bonaventure University 

St. John's College 

St. Lawrence University 

St. Leo's College — Florida 

St. Michael's College 

St. Thomas Moore School 

Salem State College 

Salve Regina College 

Simmons College 

Skidmore College 

Southeastern Massachusetts University 

Springfield College 

Stanford University 



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State University of N.Y. (Purchase) University of Massachusetts — Amherst 

Stevens Institute of Technology University of Massachusetts — Boston 

Stonehill College University of Miami 

Syracuse University University of Michigan 

Taylor Business Institute University of Nebraska 

Tufts University University of New England 

United States Coast Guard Academy University of New Hampshire 

United States Merchant Marine Academy University of North Carolina 

Unity College University of Vermont 

University of Bridgeport Vermont College 

University of California Villanova University 

University of Cincinnati Washington College 

University of Colorado Wellesley College 

University of Denver Westfield State College 

University of Essex Wheaton College 

University of Hartford Whitman College 

University of Iowa Wilbraham & Monson Academy 

University of Lowell WiUiams College 

University of Maine — Farmington Worcester State College 

University of Maine — Orono Yale University 

Students at the Junior/Senior High School continue to score impressively 
on both our locally contracted tests and our nationally normed Science Research 
Ass. (SRA) Achievement Test. In December of this year, the School Committee 
adopted demanding standards in math, reading and writing for the newly created 
State-mandated Improvement of Basic Skills Program. We feel that by empha- 
sizing these skills at all levels of our curriculum that we will ensure a continued 
commitment to excellence in the fundamentals of the 3 R's. This program, 
which tests our student body annually, will monitor student progress for all 
to see and hopefully reinforce the pubUc's confidence that the Cohasset School 
System is truly dedicated to the eUmination of functional ilHteracy. 

In the exciting field of computers, the school system has added to a program 
of "software" and "hardware" designed to make all of our student body cog- 
nizant of computer terminology and the learning opportunities of these amazing 
work programs. This perhaps may be the new frontier of American Education. 
The computer has revolutionized our world. Information processing is vital in 
our complex society and young people must be literal in and knowledgeable 
of computer opportunities. Programs such as our new reading laboratory, our 
humanities programs, our advanced and honors courses, and opportunities in 
the arts and music continue to deliver quality services to young people. Our 
Special Services Department with its various individualized programs for the 
physically and educationally handicapped is meeting its responsibilities under 
Chapter 766 as well as the national mandates of the Federal Law 94-142. Mr. 
Stephen Hart continues to "watch dog" this operation to make sure that needed 
service is extended to deserving individuals in the most economic method pos- 
sible. In these difficult times of limited means many are prone to quickly criti- 
cize the expenditures of this mandate, but speaking from experience in com- 
paring the costs and degree of services provided by other communities, I believe 
that Cohasset has a realistic program which is efficiently and economically run 



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by a competent, innovative Administrator. We must all remember that children 
with special needs have just as much right to quality, equal educational oppor- 
tunities as normal students. It is unfortunate that this education, because of its 
very nature, is more expensive and therefore seems to be disproportionate in 
comparison with cost per pupil figures in our regular day programs. Included for 
your information is our Special Education report for December 1, 1980. 

Elementary Education - grades K-6. I am impressed by the primary and 
intermediate beginnings of Cohasset students. The warmth and family atmos- 
phere of the Osgood School is a credit to the Principal and staff and gives 
primary youngsters a strong start in the fundamentals of reading, writing and 
arithmetic. 

The intermediate level's task is to begin the departmentalized process. It is a 
period of rapid physical and intellectual growth for the students and an innova- 
tive and talented staff brings not only the standard programs expected from a 
middle school but programs for special students, the gifted/talented, and a 
variety of out-of-door, music, and art education experiences. The school is 
professionally and strongly lead by a competent, experienced Principal. 

In sports and student activities, the Skippers have had winning fall seasons. 
As their Superintendent I have never seen our football team lose. Their 5/4 
record was the best in nine years and in hockey, field hockey, track and basket- 
ball, townspeople are seeing good competition from well coached teams. 



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All of course is not sweetness and light. There is much for all to do in the 
years ahead. Alcohol and drug abuse continue to be a real concern of both 
parents and school officials. We are working with our PoHce Department and its 
new Chief, John DiBassio, and the cooperation which we are receiving from 
officers like Sgt. Jack Rhodes and our new Health Coordinator, Michael Gill, 
could not be better. Town officials and Advisory Board members are cooper- 
ating with us in the problem of Proposition 2^/i. A special thank you to Town 
Accountant, William SignoreUi, for current information on Chapter 580 with- 
out which budget preparation for next year would be impossible. Massachusetts 
pubhc education, however, will find a way to overcome these difficulties. That 
is the American way. However, the cooperation and understanding of all of us 
will be necessary to accomplish this end. The transition period for those adjust- 
ments necessary under Proposition IVi will be hectic and at times chaotic. We 
ask that all remember that none of the necessary reductions in our existing 
programs are the School Committee's, my own, or our staffs recommendations 
but action that we must take in reaching our mandatory levy. We will cut 
services which we feel will least damage the education of the Cohasset student 
body. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Eugene C. Crowell 
Superintendent of Schools 



REPORT OF HEALTH SERVICES 






J.O. 


D.H. 


Jr./Sr. H.S. 


Total 


CENSUS 


330 


385 


905 


1620 


Sch. Phys. Or. 1 


39 


64 


310 


413 


Fam. Phys. inc. K (49) 


99 


58 


128 


285 


Referrals 


2 


8 


12 


22 


Completed Referrals 


2 


8 


12 


22 


VISION 

Tested 


330 


385 


905 


1620 


Failed Retest 


6 


17 


12 


35 


Eye Spec. Ck. 


6 


17 


12 


35 


Never Ckd. 














Correct Ref. 


6 


17 


12 


35 


AUDIO 










Tested 


330 


385 


903 


1618 


Failed Retest 


5 


3 





8 


Ear Spec. Ck. 


5 


3 





8 


Correct Ref 


5 


3 





8 


Never Checked 








2 (deaf 
students) 


2 


IMMUNIZATIONS & OTHER 










D&T 














Mantoux Test (Chefs Class) 






21 


21 


Scoliosis Screening 




Gr. 5-6 


Gr.7,8,9 
(1 Referral) 


IRef 



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1980 GRADUATES 



Stephen Anderson 

Margaret L. E. Atkinson 

John B. Ayer 

Steven WilHams Baden 

Robert Joseph Beale 

Edward Stafford Bear, Jr. 

John Joseph Bellefontaine 

Scott Robert Benbow 

James Hammer Branagan 

Heather May Briggs 

James Matthew Brown, Jr. 

Raymond Alfred Brown 

Susan Marie Buckley 

Kristin Cahill 

Heather Grace Carroll 

LesUe Jean Carroll 

Lorraine Ann Carroll 

Regina Maria Caruso 

Karen EHzabeth Casey 

Bernard W. Caughey, Jr. 

Heidi Chase 

Charles Durant Coe 

Peter Smith Coletta 

Kelly Condon 

Carol Elizabeth Conway 

Lenore Therese Cossart 

Kevin Christopher Crough 

EUzabeth Crowley 

David Joseph Curelli 

Linda Joan Curley 

Gregg Howland Daggett 

Sandra Lee Dalrymple 

Stephen Charles Daniels 

M. Christine Delaney 

Douglas Michael Dillon 

Peter Richard Drago 

Philip Bartholomew Drago 

Michael William Duffy 

Liane Emmons 

Janet M. England 

Frederick Anthony Espinosa, Jr. 

Annette Marie Fagone 

Michele Ann Fahey 

Heather Mehssa Fairchild 

Michael Raymond Farwell 

Mary EHzabeth Fasciano 

Edward Joseph Figueiredo, Jr. 

Meredith Mullen Fink 



Mary Victoria Fox 
Gina Froio 

Ralph Joseph Froio, Jr. 
Mary Florence FrugoU 
Patrick Ryan Gallagher 
Carl F. Gandeborn 

Foreign Exch. Student - Sweden 
Nils Anton Gjesteby 
Mark Robert Goff 
Doris Cari Golden 
Robert Michael Gunville 
AUcia Maguire Gurnis 
Christine Hanlon 
Ellen Lantry Hanlon 
Robert E. Healy 
Mary Catherine Howley 
Mark Anthony Hinds 
Jennifer Thompson Hubbard 
Eric G. Hurtig 
Deborah Gail Jancsics 
Michael Brendan Kearney 
John Anthony Lagrotteria 
Nancy Ann Laue 
Craig Spencer Langford 
Michael James Lessner 
Michael Joseph MacDonald 
Scott Francis MacKinnon 
Jack James MacLean 
Francis Xavier Mahoney, Jr. 
Bruce Waldo Maynard 
David Jerome McCarthy 
Ellen Marie McCarthy 
James Joseph McCarthy 
Bonnie Louise McClay 
Joseph Timothy Owen McCuUough 
Thomas Webster McMahon 
James E. McNeill, III 
Marie Ann Miller 
Scott Armstrong Muir 
Alexandra Elizabeth Mullen 
James Scott Murphy 
Susan Marie Myers 
Lance R. Norris 
Susan Diane Herzberg Norton 
Erin Mary O'Brien 
James A. O'Brien 
David F. O'Connell 
Lauren Sue O'Connor 



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Wendy Ann O'Neill 

Lisa Ann O 'Toole 

Lynn Francis O 'Toole 

Kelly Marie Palimeri 

Ann Parziale 

Mariclare Patroiia 

Martin Edward Patroiia 

Paul A. Plante 

Catherine Marie Polito 

Crystal Lynn Ponitz (Poston) 

Yvonne Porter 

Disa Kirsten Pratt 

Susan Mary Pratt 

Karen Amy Reynolds 

Andrew P. Roebuck 

Jill Anne Rosano 

Catherine Sage 

Kerry Ann Salvador 

Jo-Anne Sandblom 

Rayna Elizabeth Sargent 

Jennifer Lyn Schramn 

Kathleen Marie Scully 

Kenn Silvia 

Barbara Ann SinopoU 

William Nicholas Spinzola 

Karen Smith 



Paul Charies Stockbridge 
Bonnie Lee Stover 
Carol Elizabeth Stover 
James Michael Sullivan 
Willard Stanley Taylor, Jr. 
Geoffrey WiUiam Thayer 
Michael William Thornton 
Rechelle Marie Townsend 
Philip G. Trask 
David Lee Turner 
India Lawana Turner 
PhiHp Andrew Tye 
Julie Vida 

Andrew Quincy White 
Ronald Robert White 
Linda Marie Whitlow 
Valerie Whitney 
Christopher Alan Williams 
Sharon Soo Ping Wong 
Laura Lee Wright 
Jimmy Arturo Yarde 
George Douglas Yeager 
Clark N. Young, III 
Richard Joseph Young 
David Hart Zobel 
Yoanna Maria Zotos 



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REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF 
THE PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

In an institution of the breadth and depth of the Paul Pratt Memorial 
Library, keeping up-to-date is basic to maintaining high standards. Many of the 
library's 1980 activities were in this category and are a matter of pride to the 
trustees and staff. 

Changes to Stay Up-to-Date 

Symbolic was the town meeting's vote to abandon dual names for the library 
(Cohasset Free Public Library and the Paul Pratt Memorial Library) and agree 
on the Paul Pratt Memorial Library. Retention of that name was a requirement 
of the building's gift to the town in 1975. 

A new brochure describing the library was produced by the trustees, with 
the printing cost generously provided by the Friends of the Library, Inc. The 
brochure emphasizes the library's committment to helping the user find or 
obtain whatever material he needs. The brochure was distributed to all house- 
holds with the town report and arrangements have been made for distribution 
to new residents. 

The budget for Fiscal Year 1981 addressed gradual erosion of the library's 
book -buying ability over several years, due mainly to inflation, and restored 
the effective purchasing power for FY '81 to FY '74 levels. 

Attractive new landscaping for the front of the library was the combined gift 
of the Cohasset Garden Club ($800 for plant material), Barbara M. Power 
(landscape design), the Cohasset Tree Department (help in planting), and the 
trustees (watering during the summer). 

Evaluation of library personnel's job classifications and salary scales, relative 
to other libraries and other Cohasset departments, resulted in requests to the 
Personnel Committee for reclassification of library clerks from the category 
S-1 to S-4. It was requested that the library custodian classification be in- 
cluded in Schedule 4, rather than Schedule 5. 

An energy audit by Eastern Edison Co. will result in a capital outlay request 
to insulate the attic and cupola floors in Fiscal Year '82. 

Long-term planning discussions have included the possibility of future invest- 
ment in an automated circulation control system and in a book theft prevention 
system. Either addition would be several years away and will continue to be 
evaluated. 

Emily B. Gleason Honored 

The retirement of Emily B. Gleason after 49 years as a trustee was honored 
by a resolution at town meeting, as well as contributions by her many friends 
towards the gift to the library of a dictionary stand in her honor. 



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Proposition lYz 

Budget preparation for Fiscal Year '82, with possibilities of a 15% reduction 
as a result of Proposition 2^/d's enactment in November, has taken considerable 
staff and trustee time. The resulting product has been carefully constructed and 
balances many factors. It is doubtful, however, that it will please many. 

Cohasset's library is the result of truly community -wide interest and support. 
Two groups, however, add particularly to its special quality: first, its marvelous 
staff, headed by Richard E. Hayes, and, second, the Friends of the Cohasset 
Library, Inc. under Pat Gwinn's leadership. The Friends organize the library's 
impressive number of volunteers, in addition to being the source of many 
generous gifts of money and time. To both staff and Friends we are all grateful. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Sheila S. Evans 
Chairman, Library Trustees 



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REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN 

DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF THE COLLECTIONS 
JANUARY-DECEMBER, 1980 





Purchased 


Gifts 


Withdrawn 


Holdings 


home use 


Adult nonfiction 


1,384 


253 


1,712 


26,036 


27,503 


Adult fiction 


746 


102 


1,534 


9,447 


31,909 


Children's books 


1,112 


18 


1,224 


12,497 


25,993 


Periodical subscriptions 


164 


32 




196 


12,528 


Audiovisual ) Adult 


28 


1 


116 


1,288 


1,537 


materials ) Children 


123 




10 


476 


905 


Framed pictures 








23 


28 


Museum memberships 








6 


499 


Audiovisual equipment 








13 


49 


Films (16mm) from the 












Regional Library Systi 


dm 








66 



Total loans of materials 1 1 ,0 1 7 

In-library use of materials is estimated to equal the loan rate. 

Interlibrary loan requests to other Ubraries: 694 requests; 528 (76%) filled. 

Staff as of January 1,1981 

Fulltime: Richard E. Hayes, Chief Librarian; Susan M. Watrous, Evelyn B. 
Wood, Librarians. 

Parttime: JoAnn MitcheU, Marilyn T. Pope, Librarians; Susan M. Pope, 
Paraprofessional; Barbara C. Burnham, Nancy Knight, Lucille Roycroft, Clerks; 
Robert Pattison, Custodian; Samantha Barrett, Gerald McNabb, Lori Ann 
Stobart, Pages. 

Friends of the Cohasset Library, Inc. 

A 250 member organization, working through its 13 member board of 
directors, has greatly aided the library in the following ways: passes to the 
Museum of Science, Children's Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, New England 
Aquarium and Museum of Transportation ($1,030); library book fund ($250); 
children's summer reading incentive program ($200); library brochures ($625); 
adult program in March, by John Benbow, member of the White House Con- 
ference on Libraries and Information Service; children's program in April, by 
Joan Drescher, children's book illustrator; annual luncheon in May for library 
volunteers; Christmas wreaths. 

Volunteers 

Recruited and scheduled by the Friends of the Library, generously gave: 

Service desk and office 2,5 1 6 hours 

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47 nursing home visits (903 items loaned) 188 hours 

Story -telling programs 51 hours 

Junior volunteers (students) 700 hours 

Total volunteer help 3,455 hours 

Volunteer help averages 66 hours per week, the equivalent of almost two full 
time employees. 

Gifts 

Gifts not mentioned elsewhere which were gratefully received include: Girl 
Scout Troop 581, $50 for children's materials; Community Garden Club, $450 
for a gardening encyclopedia; several gifts to the memorial book fund; and 
numerous gifts of new or used books and magazines which were added to the 
collections or sold in the Friends of the Library book sales. 

Children 's Services 

Children's services are available at all hours the library is open, with profes- 
sional librarians on duty during all out-of-school hours. A collection of the best 
in children's materials is continuously developed. Of 1,130 new books added 
this year, about half were to replace worn-out copies of classics. Special pro- 
grams included 37 story hours and film programs with total attendance of 739. 
In the summer reading incentive program, 115 children read 2,260 books. The 
Friends of the Library gave free paperbacks to 79 children who read 20 or more 
books. Achievement certificates were awarded to 108 who read 10 or more 
books. In-library use of children's filmstrips and cassettes is estimated to be 
double the loan rate. 

Cooperation with the schools included these activities: on notification by 
teachers, reserved collections were provided at the library to serve class assign- 
ments; 53 collections, totalling 560 books, were loaned to classroom teachers; 
staff participated in school department planning for a federal grant, visited 118 
classes for story -telling and library orientation, conducted pubHc library orien- 
tation tours for 13 classes; and presented 1 1 film programs in the schools to a 
total audience of 2,148 children. 

Richard E. Hayes 
Chief Librarian 



160 



REPORT OF THE SOCIAL SERVICE LEAGUE BOARD OF HEALTH 
NURSING SERVICE 1981 

The Social Service League under contract with the Board of HeaUh provides 
nursing services to the residents of the town. These services include: Keep 
Well Clinics, Well Child Conferences, Flu Immunization Clinics and Hyperten- 
sion Clinics. Also provided are: home visits and "walk in" office hours for 
health promotion and disease control. 

In recent years the attendance at the Well Child Conferences has continued 
to show a downward trend. The residents are apparently utilizing local pedia- 
tricians who are available both in times of sickness and health to meet health 
needs. The other area which continues to show a decrease is communicable 
disease follow up. This is due to the fact that many cases are not being reported 
to the local and state Boards of Health by the area physicians. 

The other programs are well attended especially the Keep Well Clinics, which 
have been expanded to residents of all ages. 

We are very pleased that more people are taking advantage of the office hours 
for blood pressure monitoring and health consultation. 

It is our wish that even more residents would make use of our existing pro- 
grams and services. 

Our thanks to the volunteers of the League who have provided many hours 
of their time to assist with the clinics. 

We will continue to work cooperatively with Mr. O'Brien and the Board of 
Health to provide nursing services geared to the health needs of the residents. 







Sessions 


Visits/Tests 


Well Child Conferences 




2 


16 


Flu Immunization Clinics 




2 


180 


Keep Well Clinics 




23 


360 


Hypertension Screening 


on 


going program 




TB Testing 


on 


going program 


96 


Disease Control 


on 


going program ) 


164 home visits 


Health Promotion 


on 


going program ) 


353 office visits 
total 517 



S. LaTorraca, R.N. 



161 



REPORT OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Arthur L. Clark, Chairman 
Cohasset Board of Selectmen 
Town Hall 
Cohasset, Massachusetts 

Dear Sir: 

In accordance with provisions of Article 3, Section 3, of the By-laws of the 
Town of Cohasset, I hereby submit the Annual Report of the Cohasset Police 
Department. This report includes activities and statistical data from January 1 , 
1980 through December 31, 1980. 

Police Department resources include: 

Staff: 

Chief of Police 

Lieutenant (1) 

Sergeants (2) 

Patrolmen (13) 

Vehicles: 

Marked Patrol Units (3) 

Unmarked ( 1 ) 

Total Mileage: 
154,070 

Respectfully, 

Chief John DeBassio 
Cohasset PoUce Department 

UNIFORM CRIME REPORT STATISTICS 

Offense 

Forcible Rape 

Robbery 

Assaults 

Burglary 

Larceny 

Auto Theft 

Total value of property reported stolen 
Total value of property recovered 

Motor Vehicle Accidents Investigated 
Traffic Citations Issued 
Parking Citations Issued 

162 



Reported 


Cleared by Arrest 


2 

A 

23 

98 

205 

24 


1 

1 

17 

25 

30 

7 


en 


$407,214.00 
$96,545.00 


I 


218 

418 

1,709 



Bicycle Registrations 

Sandy Beach Stickers Issued 

Alarm Responses 

Complaints and/or requests for service 

Department Vehicles - Total Mileage 

Stolen Vehicles Recovered 



2,600 

3,247 

12,000 

6,349 

154,070 

19 



RECORD OF ARRESTS 



Offense 

Assault & Battery/Dangerous Weapon 

Assault & Battery on Police Officer 

Breaking & Entering Daytime 

Breaking & Entering Nighttime 

Breaking & Entering - Motor Vehicle 

Disorderly Persons 

Disturbing the Peace 

Burglary 

Larce/iy by Check 

Larceny over SI 00.00 

Minor in Possession of Alcohol 

Malicious Destruction of Personal Property 

Malicious Destruction of School Property 

Operating Vehicle - No License in Possession 

Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol 

Operating after Revocation of License 

Operating, not being licensed 

Operating to Endanger 

Possession of Controlled Substance 

Public Drinking — Bylaw Violation 

Possession of Forged Inspection Sticker 

Possession of Short Lobsters 

Receiving Stolen Property 

Unarmed Robbery 

Larceny of Motor Vehicle 

Protective Custody 

Persons Arrested on Cohasset Warrants 

Persons Arrested on Warrants — Other Jurisdictions 



Male 

3 
3 
7 
4 
1 
3 
7 
2 
1 
2 

26 
3 
2 
4 

39 
5 
2 
1 
5 
7 
1 
3 
1 
1 
4 

31 

9 

23 



Female 



Commendations Issued by the Chief of Police 3 

FEES RETURNED TO THE GENERAL FUND 



Bicycle Registrations 
License to Carry Firearms 
Firearms Identification Cards 
Taxi Licenses 
Firearms Dealers Licenses 
Requests for Police Reports 



$65.00 
240.00 
116.00 
8.00 
9.00 
506.00 

$944.00 



163 



REPORT OF THE TOWN TREASURER 
July 1, 1979 through June 30, 1980 

Balance in Treasury July 1 , 1979 $ 495,169.40 

Received from Collector of Taxes $ 5,824,047.09 

Received from Town Collector 35,714.51 

Received from other sources 6,939,517.19 

Total Receipts for Fiscal '80 $12,799,278.79 

Paid: Selectmen's Warrants Nos. 1-101 $12,786,723.61 

Balance in Treasury June 30, 1980 $ 507,724.58 

DEPOSITORIES 

Lincoln Trust Company (Savings account) $305,496.66 

Rockland Trust Company 1 1 ,6 1 7 .39 

Boston Safe Deposit and Irust Company 77,784.90 
South Shore Bank (Federal Revenue Sharing) 3,980.7 1 
State Street Bank and Trust Company 

(Water Res.) 7,633.33 

South Shore Bank 5,454.92 

Plymouth Home National Bank 1 ,050.95 

State Street Bank and Trust Company 647.28 

New England Merchants 545.47 

Norfolk County Trust 365.34 

First National Bank of Boston 30,068.0 1 

Harbor National Bank 53,942.13 

United States Trust Company 35.67 

Deposit in transit 9,001.82 

Cash in drawer 100.00 $ 507,724.58 

Respectfully submitted, 

Gordon E. Flint 
Treasurer-Collector 



164 



REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES 
July 1, 1979 to June 30, 1980 



Total Commitment of Warrants from the Board of Assessors 

1973 Motor Vehicles 

1974 Motor Vehicles 

1975 Motor Vehicles 

1976 Motor Vehicles 

1977 Motor Vehicles 

1978 Motor Vehicles 

1979 Motor Vehicles 

1980 Motor Vehicles 

1979 Personal Property 

1980 Personal Property 
1980 Real Estate 

1980 Sewer Use Charges, Added to Taxes 

1980 Sewer Betterments, Added to Taxes 

1980 Sewer Connection, Added to Taxes 

1980 Sewer Interest, Committed & Added to Taxes 

1980 Boat Excise Tax 



Total Commitment of Warrants from the 

Water & Sewer Department 
Total Commitment of Warrants from the Harbor Master 



1980: 



$ 138.60 


23.10 


232.65 


383.08 


256.30 


179.51 


8,818.93 


524,725.74 


14.88 


147,330.30 


4,818,250.29 


2,395.52 


3,022.76 


105.00 


1,883.28 


8,047.00 


$5,515,806.94 


345,725.84 


8,474.00 



Total Abatement Certificates received from the Board of 

Assessors — Fiscal 1980: 
Levy of 1976: 

Motor Vehicles 
Levy of 1977: 

Motor Vehicles 
Levy of 1978: 

Motor Vehicles 

Personal Property 

Real Estate 
Levy of 1979: 

Motor Vehicles 

Personal Property 

Real Estate 
Levy of 1980: 

Motor Vehicles 

Real Estate 

Boat Excise 



844.06 

8,259.63 

3,330.58 

545.10 

2,134.45 

22,647.59 

843.20 

7,528.80 

20,635.82 

70,966.19 

1,923.00 

$139,658.42 



Total Abatement from the Harbor Master 

Total Abatement from the Water & Sewer Dept. 1980 



494.00 
2,377.31 



165 



REVENUE COLLECTED, FISCAL 1980 



Total Taxes, Water Collections, Sewer & Interest 
Total Accounts Receivable 



5,824,047.09 
35,714.51 



UNPAID TAXES & CHARGES, 6/30/80 



Boat Excise Taxes 

1977 Personal Property 

1978 Personal Property 

1978 Real Estate 

1979 Personal Property 

1979 Real Estate 

1980 Personal Property 
1980 Real Estate 
1977-1980 Motor Vehicles 



1,130.00 

54.00 

391.14 

5,076.69 

978.42 

27,573.32 

567.78 

210,874.41 

184,750.28 

$431,396.04 



Departmental : 

Veterans Assistance 

School Dept. 

Fire Dept. - Ambulance 

Harbor Dept. - Mooring Fees 

Rental of Property & Misc. 

Town Hall 

Sewer Use Charges 



7,335.50 
366.51 
8,264.00 
4,873.00 
3,868.92 
430.00 
4,274.28 

$29,412.21 



Water Dept.: 
Water Meters 
Water Liens, Fiscal 1978 
Water Liens, Fiscal 1979 
Water Liens, Fiscal 1980 



63,655.51 

233.81 

547.07 

5,270.66 

$69,707.05 



Sewer Dept.: 

Sewer Betterments Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1980 

Interest Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1980 

Sewer Use Charges Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1980 



118.25 

. 83.53 

50.61 

$252.39 



Respectfully submitted, 

Gordon E. Flint 
Treasurer-Collector 



166 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF ASSESSORS 



Our 1980 financial report is as follows: 

Tax Rate Summary: 

Gross Amount to be Raised 

Estimated Receipts and Available Funds 

Net Amount to be Raised by Taxation 



State Assessments 

County Assessments 

Overlay 

Gross Amount to be Raised 

Estimated Receipts and Available Funds: 

Total estimated receipts from 

state 1,087,205.00 

Prior years overestimates state and 

county 3,784.53 

Local estimated receipts 656,000.00 

Available funds 950,028.05 

Total Estimated Receipts and Available Funds 

Actual 
Receipts Receipts 

Motor Vehicle and Trailer Excise 477 ,347 . 

Licenses 28,832. 

Fines 14,870. 



Estimated 
Receipts 

478,000. 
28,000. 
15,000. 



8,313,805.85 
2,697,017.58 

5,616,788.27 



Real Property Valuations 
Personal Property Valuations 


99,576,500. 
3,013,240. 






Total Property Valuations 


102,589,740. 






Tax Rate 




54.75 




Real Property Tax 
Personal Property Tax 






5,451,813.38 
164,974.89 


Total Taxes Levied on Property 






5,616,788.27 


Local Expenditures: 








Appropriations 

Other Local Expenditures 






7,797,440.28 
127,609.00 


Total Offsets 






7,925,049.28 


State Assessments 


Assessments 


Under 
Assessments 




Total County Tax and State 

Assessments 
County Tax 
County Hospital Assessment 


285,857.74 

115,327.51 

3,047.24 


8,844.88 






167,482.99 


8,844.88 





176,327.87 

118,374.75 

94,053.95 

8,313,805.85 



2,697,017.58 



167 



special Assessments 


3,969. 


4,000. 


General Government 


8,831. 


9,000. 


Protection of Persons and Property 


7,514. 


7,000. 


Health and Sanitation 


21,901. 


21,000. 


School 


784. 


800. 


Libraries 


5,913. 


6,000. 


Cemeteries 


2,715. 


2,800. 


Recreation 


6,420. 


6,000. 


Interest 


66,487. 


67,000. 


Rental of Town Property 


3,510. 


3,600, 


Unclassified and Miscellaneous 


7,868. 


7,800. 



Total of Actual Receipts and 

Estimated Receipts 656,967. 656,000. 

ABATEMENTS GRANTED DURING 1980 

Levy of 1980-81: 

Real Estate 59,858.48 

Personal Property 35.59 

1980 Motor Excise 32,789.60 

Levy of 1979-80: 

Real Estate 12,033.60 

Personal Property 14.70 

Boat Excise 1,938.00 

1979 Motor Excise 7,937.54 

Levy of 1978-79: 

Real Estate 3,970.00 

Personal Property 585 .28 

1978 Motor Excise 10,220.68 

Levy of 1977-78: 

Personal Property 672.50 

1977 Motor Excise 1,898.52 

Levy of 1976-77: 

Personal Property 54.00 

1976 Motor Excise 245.30 

Levy of 1973: 

1973 Motor Excise 138.60 

The Board of Assessors reports that the revaluation of the real property is 
underway, and that the Assessors' Department will endeavor to make the imple- 
mentation of "Proposition 2^/^" as smooth as possible. 



168 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIONERS 

Mr. Robert W. Jackson was elected to the Board in April replacing Mr. John 
Hobbs who served the Department faithfully for three years. Mr. Jackson has 
proven to be a valuable member of the Board. 

The continued growth of the Town is reflected by the twelve new accounts 
activated this year. Total distribution for the year shows an increase of approxi- 
mately 10,000,000 gallons. 

Department personnel installed sixty feet of new 6" ductile pipe across 3-A 
at Schofield Road, plus an additional sixty feet of 6" A/C pipe on Schofield 
Road. Eleven old services were replaced throughout the town. Three hydrants 
damaged by motor vehicle accidents were replaced. Two new hydrants installed 
by contractors in new developments. 

A comprehensive Water Distribution Study has been completed. This report 
complete with maps will give the Commissioners an excellent tool for planning 
future replacement of older water mains and the expansion and improvement 
of our water distribution system and enhances the Town's opportunity to take 
advantage of future Federal & State Grant programs. 

The Board would like to take this opportunity to extend their appreciation 
to retiring Superintendent Edwin Pratt for a job well done and extend the best 
wishes in behalf of all past Commissioners and the entire town with his new 
home in Florida. 

The Board, at this time, would like to extend their thanks to all other Town 
Officials and Department Heads and Committees for their cooperation and 
support. We especially wish to acknowledge all Water Department Personnel for 
their devotion and loyal support and we pray for the speedy and full recovery 
of Marion Douglas. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Board of Commissioners 
William J. Montuori, Chairman 
Lot E. Bates, Clerk 
Robert W. Jackson 



169 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF SEWER COMMISSIONERS 

In the late fall 1980 an agreement between the Town and its consulting 
engineers, Metcalf and Eddy, Inc., for the design phase of the Sewer Project 
was submitted to State and Federal Authorities for approval. This submittal 
was a result of many months of negotiation with assistance provided to the 
Commissioners by the office of Town Counsel. Recommendations for the 
agreement were sought from the Selectmen, Advisory Board, Town Accountant, 
and the Citizens Advisory Committee. It is our understanding that the Grant 
Apphcation for the design will not be approved before April 1981. 

During the year the Commissioners have visited wastewater treatment plants 
in Massachusetts and Connecticut to view processes and equipment in prepara- 
tion for the related decisions for the new plant. Last spring the aerial photog- 
raphy necessary for the design of street sewers was completed. During the fall, 
current meters for the outfall study were installed and monitored. Dye studies 
will be done in the summertime. 

The State ban on additional sewer connections remains in effect. For this 
reason several requests, which would have increased sewage flow at the present 
plant, had to be denied. One new connection was permitted by the State after 
the local Board of Health declared the private septic system to be a health 
hazard. 

The Board voted to continue the Citizens Advisory Committee on Site 
Selection under the new title of Wastewater Advisory Committee. We know 
their assistance in the entire project will prove invaluable. 

The Board would like to thank especially the following persons: Mr. 
Edwin Pratt, who retired this year as part-time Superintendent, for his help in 
the transition to a separate and newly elected Board; the plant operators who 
extend much effort in keeping the old plant functioning; our Clerk; and Mr. 
Richard Henderson, Assistant Town Counsel, who has given tirelessly of his 
time. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Janet M. Dagget, Chairman 
Joseph M. Gwinn 
Gerard Stanton 



170 



SALARIES AND WAGES PAID CALENDAR YEAR 1980 



Gross 



Richard Abbadessa 


21466.20* ( 154.00) 


Patricia Bowen 


7342.50 


Henry W. Ainslie, Jr. 


1000.00 


Margaret Bowers 


60.00 


Cora Ainslie 


5300.12 


Faith E. Bowker 


21630.42 


Donald F. Ainslie 


539.07 


Sylvia J. Bowman 


12897.68 


Donald Ainslie 


13134.97 


Clare M. Brady 


2117.68 


Lawrence Ainslie 


1275.50* (1275.50) 


Clare M. Brady 


4443.92 


Richard D. Ainslie 


13182.94 


Clare Brady 


4107.44 


Maureen P. Alcott 


13857.94 


Diana Breed 


216.00 


Katherine Anderson 


523.13 


Nancy Jean Breef 


61.60 


Nancy Anderson 


124.65 


Michael Brennan 


4288.20 


Albert Andrews, Jr. 


13731.03 


Michael F. Brennan 


338.80 


Albert Andrews, Jr. 


44.00 


Henry E. Brennock 


14704.94 


Albert Andrews, Jr. 


411.45 


Mary E. Brennock 


145.70 


Albert Andrews, Jr. 


1047.90* (1011.50) 


Mary Brennock 


7953.90 


Patricia Antoine 


48.00 


Agnes Brighton 


12850.09 


Richard Andreucci 


35.00 


Rita Broderick 


10235.55 


Ellena Andrews 


132.00* ( 132.00) 


William A. Brooke 


312.19 


L. Asher-Meagher 


11753.32 


Heidi Brown 


121.51 


Marian Atkinson 


5859.14 


Mark Brown 


98.76 


Alison Ayer 


3379.18 


Paul R. Brown 


1772.07 


Mary A. Babaian 


24417.00 


Ronald Brown 


109.04 


Domenic Baccari 


55.54 


Bruce Maynard 


759.52 


Thomas Bailey 


28.00 


Patricia A. Bryant 


367.44 


Robert Balcom 


38.00 


Eileen Buckley 


175.49 


Karen Baptista 


19.00 


Maureen Buckley 


822.25 


John H. Barrett 


3000.00 


Virginia A. Burbank 


21501.10 


Robert Barrett 


63.00 


Kevin Burley 


18.00 


Samantha Barrett 


641.92 


Thomas BurneU 


466.66 


Gary E. Barrow 


210.56 


Barbara C. Burnham 


5187.52 


Joseph Barrow 


60.16 


Thelma Burns 


12682.00 


Patricia A. Barrow 


111.09 


Claire Collins 


3527.54 


Richard P. Barrow 


28827.89* (3948.50) 


Juanita Burnside 


37.20 


Richard P. Barrow 


133.00 


Phillip D. Burrows 


5076.96 


Richard Barrows 


30.08 


Kathy Bush 


85.00 


Robert E. Barrow 


14790.42 


Robert Butman 


551.28 


Edward Barrow 


19207.58 


Kenneth B. Butman 


11762.76 


Dorothy B. Bates 


22360.66 


Marie A. Byrne 


2592.89 


Lot E. Bates 


500.00 


Kristin Cahill 


72.00 


Susan Baush 


21630.42 


Alvardo Camano 


700.00 


Jocelyn K. Bay low 


60.00 


Jane Carlson 


3397.94 


Elizabeth Beatson 


21630.42 


Julia Carlson 


761.25 


Becker, Joseph 


23144.59 


Peter Carlson 


• 16.26 


Carol G. Beggan 


14.49 


Mark Carroll 


1131.92 


Suzanne Belvedere 


120.00 


David Carter 


40.00 


Mary Benbow 


11200.00 


George E. Casey 


13131.11 


Carolyn Bennett 


5859.14 


Joan Cassiani 


19103.89 


Richard Beveridge 


11741.84 


George Cenedella 


14734.91 


Gregory Billings 


20.00 


Stephen Certa 


116.00 


Ronna Lee Bingham 


11280.09 


Lois Cescarini 


5609.79 


Jeanne Birmann 


2100.00 


Ray Chandler 


81.00 


Dorothea Bjorkgren 


175.49 


Patricia C. Chase 


21630.42 


Harry D. Blair 


16544.76 


Wm Chassey 


37.00 


Harry Blair 


75.48 


Clark Chatterton 


23274.38 


Kevin Black 


76.00 


Troy Chatterton 


6.00 


Edward Booth 


9.00 


Richard Chisholm 


40.00 


Arthur Borden 


18.00 


Christina Collins 


19989.68 


John T. BosweU, III 


16844.61 


Christopher Grace 


45.00 


Joseph K. Bouchard 


21630.42 


Carol Ciciotte 


549.00 



71 



Elizabeth Cisneros 


13857.94 


Jacqueline Deane 


55.00 


Kenneth Cisneros 


19052.26 


John A. Debassio 


9670.53 


WiU Cingolani 


110.00 


Anna B. Deignan 


3187.80 


Arthur L. Clark 


550.04 


Robert Denise 


40.00 


Arthur Clark 


3167.10 


Nancy Delorey 


108.00 


Ruth I. Clark 


22608.65 


Helen T. Mulhern 


6795.88 


Frank Clasby 


19.00 


Bonnie L. Devito 


580.92 


Hanna Clinton 


9.00 


Bonnie L. Devito 


342.99 


Brian Cogill 


26517.10* (5947.50) 


Deha Dibenedetto 


21630.42 


Brian Cogill 


44.00 


Frederick Dickhaut 


18.00 


David C. Cogill 


11663.70 


Clifford Dickson 


34.00 


David Cogill 


396.00* ( 44.00) 


Chfford Dickson 


1011.11 


John Cogill 


269.28 


EUen Digirolamo 


18.00 


Jerry Cogill 


13088.46 


Gino J. Digirolamo 


32372.65 


Bruce Collins 


847.00* ( 847.00) 


Joseph I. Digirolamo 


1717.50 


Bruce CoUins 


126.00* ( 126.00) 


Edward T. Dillon 


13255.42 


James F. Collins, Jr. 


42.76 


Janet Ditmar 


233.33 


John Colocousis 


21.75 


Steven Donofrio 


18.00 


Nancy A. Cone 


122.11 


Jeffrey A. Dodge 


4866.71 


Richard M. Conley 


16755.91 


Randolph Dodge 


40.00 


Matt Conley 


41.89 


Donald Doherty 


20.00 


Noreen ConneU 


33.00 


Marie Dolan 


2136.27 


Paul Connolly 


32.50 


Robert Donohue 


20.00 


Louise E. Conroy 


326.00 


Robert F. Donohue 


200.00 


Henry Conroy 


40.00 


Alexandria Donovan 


440.75 


Barbara Conte 


10235.55 


Gary Donovan 


40.00 


Carmelo Conte 


22824.79* (3084.50) 


Mary T. Donovan 


1151.66 


Carmelo Conte 


44.00 


Mary T. Donovan 


5069.28 


Kathleen M. Conte 


7322.08 


Robert Donovan 


80.00 


Grace J. Coogan 


120.00 


Roseann Dooley 


3394.43 


Michael Cooney 


60.00 


Everett W. Dorr 


21630.42 


Henry Cormier 


19.00 


Brenda Douglas 


336.00 


Michell Coppenrath 


153.50 


Marion Douglas 


1777.23 


Edward M. Corbo 


16469.40 


Marion Douglas 


3850.68 


Edward M. Corbo, Jr. 


11.28 


Marion Douglas 


67.27 


James Corbo 


11.28 


Susan Douglas 


297.68 


Jane Marie Corry 


12148.18 


Ann Donovan 


727.50 


John CosteUo 


40.00 


John P. Donovan 


28.00 


Patricia Coultrip 


21630.42 


Mary Donovan 


390.00 


John F. Creamer 


30867.21 


Mary Fairman 


330.00 


Eleanor Croan 


14322.49 


Gerald P. Doyle 


23231.08* (1738.00) 


Basil Cronin 


20.00 


Gerald P. Doyle 


264.00 


Frances Cronin 


20954.74 


William E. Cobbon 


28.00 


Kevin C. Crough 


11.25 


John Drago 


18.00 


Eugene G. Crowell 


10230.78 


Lawrence Drago 


843.75 


Jerry Crowley 


55.00 


Helene B. Drummond 


3501.84 


Marilyn Cruckshank 


270.00 


Jane Ducey 


30.00 


John Cullen 


223.14 


Patrick Duffy 


9.00 


Benjamin Curley, Jr. 


16279.24 


David Duncombe 


60.00 


Benjamin F. Curley 


73.32 


Scott Duncombe 


30.00 


James Curley 


11060.84 


William Duncombe 


64.50 


James F. Curley 


453.99 


Kearin A. Dunn 


22938.33 


Rae Dand 


53.00 


Suzanne Dunn 


3780.00 


Joseph Laugelle, Jr. 


30.08 


Kenneth C. Ekberg 


31405.65 


Marilyn Dangelo 


7446.42 


Mary Ann Ellis 


685.00 


Sally Davenport 


960.00 


Robert Ellis 


20.00 


Charles R. Davis 


28299.66 


Florence Ely 


13183.84 


Linwood L. Davis 


17420.94 


Diane Emanuello 


42.50 


Mary Davis 


6392.10 


Dominic Emanuello 


283.83 


Frank A. Deakin 


20347.58 


Paul Emanuello 


17788.78 


Frank Deakin 


240.00 


Paul V. Emanuello 


28.58 


Johanna Deal 


30.00 


Richard Emanuello 


12239.55 



172 



Ronald L. Emmons 


25089.40 


Joanne Golemme 


30.00 


Dorothy G. Emmott 


30.00 


Paul J. Godino 


266.66 


William Enos 


170.39 


Ethel S. Gormley 


10816.56 


Maltha Ann Equi 


6111.60 


Winston Grady 


40.00 


Samuel M. Erbe 


26983.08 


Stephen Graebener 


21630.42 


Elaine Fahey 


120.00 


Harry Graff 


40.00 


David EUsworth 


40.00 


Dorothy V. Graham 


10179.75 


Joseph Esposito, Jr. 


14663.04 


Richard Graham 


333.33 


Richard Fairbairn 


23947.98* (2244.50) 


Clarence Grassie 


326.00 


Arthur Fallon 


86.00 


Frederick Grassie 22247.80* (21 12.00) 


William Fallon 


1639.00 


Mary Grassie 


151.38 


William Farrington 


88.00 


Carolyn M. Gray 


21630.42 


Joseph H. Federico 


21630.42 


Phyllis R. Grayken 


11035.55 


Randolph Feola 


16042.90 


Winifred E. Greene 


1903.56 


Randolph Feola 


400.50 


David Guenard 


140.00 


Randolph Feola, Jr. 


11291.85* (1752.00) 


Daniel Gunville 


3128.32 


Ralph Ferrisi, Jr. 


53.00 


David Gunvnie 


240.64 


Joan M. Ferry 


1900.71 


Robert Gunville 


202.13 


Michael Festa 


1200.00 


Pamela Gunville 


821.25 


Roseann Dooley 


19.56 


Barbara Gurnis 


240.00 


Joanne Fichtner 


1050.00 


James L. Gurry 


19906.41 


Michael Fitchtner 


110.00 


James Lee Gurry 


35.00 


Janet Figueiredo 


4231.39 


Donald P. Haase 


13054.44 


Thomas P. Finegan 


17044.66 


Fred Hagerty 


19.00 


Jeanne Fink 


14556.47 


Patricia E. Hagerty 


1477.50 


Benito Fiore 


257.16 


June Hailer 


30.00 


James E. Fiori 


16694.51 


Peter Hansen 


130.00 


Leo J. Fiori, Jr. 


14.40 


Maryann Hansen 


210.00 


Mary A. Fiori 


175.49 


WiUiam Hart 


20.00 


Robert Fisher 


28.00 


David Hartnett 


98.00 


Gordon E. Flint 


19606.77 


Stephen E. Hart 


30611.37 


Michael Floridia 


30.00 


Jack Hartshorn 


105.00 


Alton E. Flynn 


13392.33 


Samuel Hassen 


206.56 


Doreen Flynn 


13857.94 


Melissa Haught 


2501.94 


Gerald Foley 


40.00 


Mehssa A. Haught 


2400.00 


George A. Fortin 


23583.33 


Joyce Hayes 


35.00 


Kathryn A. Fox 


13693.04 


Richard E. Hayes 


19306.83 


Kathryn Fox 


120.00 


Maureen Healy 412.50* ( 412.50) 


James E. Franey 


24263.36 


Margaret Hernan 


54.74 


MeUnda MincoUa 


108.00 


Jonathan Hibbard 


7.00 


Joseph Freitas 


158.00 


June Hiller 


14.63 


Joanne Freitas 


20.00 


Eileen Jacobucci 


569.30 


William Furze 


35.00 


Sandra Hayes 


666.67 


Pauline Gallagher 


22531.50 


Robert E. Healy 


30.08 


Albert Gallant 


187.50 


Robert Healy 


1438.21 


Patrick Gallagher 


171.14 


Lee Heile 


1020.00 


Richard Gallo 


15556.62 


Denise M. Henderson 


6795.88 


David Gavigan • 


68.00 


Judy Ann Henry 


333.33 


Sarah George 


90.00 


Richard H. Herbert 


453.58 


Marjorie Giffen 


12901.16 


Thomas Hernan 


154.16 


Marjorie Giffen 


90.00 


Thomas W. Hernan, Jr. 


20914.46 


Michael Patrick Gill 


3600.66 


Margaret Hernan 


1806.51 


Charlotte K. Gillis 


8742.60 


Margaret Hernan 


56.35 


Stephen Gilmartin 


22608.33 


Kathleen Hernberg 


6120.52 


Nancy Gilmore 


12499.23 


George H. Herzog 


14314.29 


Hope R. Glover 


19674.38 


Kenneth Hewitt 


72.00 


Sharon A. Glynn 


60.00 


Dorothy A. Hibbard 


21630.42 


Jane E. Godfrey 


7071.15 


John B. Hickey, Jr. 


120.00 


Mary Goff 


4584.38 


Higgins, Jean 


3397.94 


Mary E. Goff 


1718.28 


HoUy Hill 


118.32 


Robert Gohl 


8922.00 


Lester Hiltz 


310.50 


Robert Gohl 


155.00 


Elizabeth Hobson 


22.75 



73 



Carl L. Howaith 


270.72 


Todd Langford 


75.25 


Joe Hoffman 


41.26 


Willy Langmaid 


22.50 


Maiy Ann Hodge 


912.50 


Rocco Laugelle 


1000.00 


Paul F. Hogan 


23097.08 


Doris A. Lahage 


21630.42 


Mary B. Holmes 


22608.33 


Lois Lanzetta 


159.00 


Laurence Hoogeveen 


80.63 


Carol Jean Lash 


11859.21 


Larry Hoogeveen 


18.00 


Betsy Laugelle 


172.65 


John Houseman 


203.70 


Joseph S. Laugelle 


14257.37 


Walter T. Hughes 


22030.42 


Josephine Laugelle 


13621.08 


Frederick Huntwork 


501.68* ( 462.00) 


Paul J. Laugelle 


18964.91* ( 220.00) 


Anthony J. Hyde 


15084.00 


Paul J. Laugelle 


44.00 


Michael Hynes 


18.00 


Peter G. Laugelle 


16416.87 


David Infusino 


1555.00 


Peter Laugelle, Jr. 


391.04 


Dana Infusino 


6.00 


Sean Laugelle 


1037.76 


Gregory Igo 


27.00 


Edwin M. Leach 


22608.33 


Katherine Igo 


148.80 


Anne Marie League 


18536.82 


Robert W. Jackson 


24082.06* (3436.50) 


Claire Leary 


19.00 


Robert W. Jackson 


88.00 


Donald J. Leary 


90.00 


Richard S. Jagoutz 


15953.21 


Edward J. Leary 


19271.78 


David Jakub 


35.00 


John J. Leary 


29803.71 


George Jakub 


70.00 


Ambrose Lee 


45.00 


John F. James 


3571.20 


Meredith B. Lehman 


990.00 


Irma James 


11.27 


Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 


78.89 


Kathy A. Jarvis 


7109.58 


James Leonard 


93.00 


Sharon Jeffe 


35.00 


Philip Leonard 


165.33 


Fred Jewett 


123.00 


John Leone 


3400.00 


Antonette Jillson 


5329.08 


John Levangie 


380.00 


Priscilla Johnsen 


2624.36 


Raymond Levine 


19997.26 


Joseph Johnson 


105.00 


Shirley Leventhal 


30.00 


William Johndrow 


30.00 


Marguerite Libby 


48.30 


Clifton B. Jones 


22132.83* ( 636.50) 


Roger W. Lincoln 


19920.24 


Clifton Jones 


223.00 


Harold Litchfield 


16930.58 


Charlene Jones 


235.60 


James A. Litchfield 


16886.43 


Constance Jones 


70.84 


Joseph Litchfield 


406.08 


Constance Jones 


4510.36 


Joseph Litchfield 


112.80 


Gregory H. Jones 


13432.56 


W. T. Litchfield 


17578.94 


Thomas Jones 


12844.20 


Edna Little 


42.50 


Linda Jorgensen 


10535.55 


Mark G. Little 


120.00 


Daniel Kane 


18.00 


Thomas Long 


14.40 


Timothy Kane 


85.00 


EUzabeth Longo 


2062.38 


Diana Karcher 


1788.85 


Anthony Luongo 


106.50 


John Karo 


34.00 


Thomas J. Lucas 


22608.33 


Joseph M. Kealey 


19752.30* ( 618.00) 


Therese Lynch 


6672.74 


Nancy Kealey 


20664.85 


Eleanor Lyons 


2871.02 


George Keane 


40.00 


Earl R. McArthur, Jr. 


539.07 


Michael B. Kearney 


977.97 


John V. Maclnnis 


17427.54 


T. Gerard Keating 


1600.00 


Frank A. MacDonald 


22645.83 


Betsy Keenan 


30.00 


Virginia MacDonald 


5048.64 


Fred Kelloway 


68.00 


Gerald MacEachern 


40.00 


Dorothy Kelleher 


20.00 


Helen MacKinnon 


2040.00 


James Kelleher 


150.40 


Beth Heather Macy 


5335.96 


WiUiam KeUey 


90.24 


Walls Magorisk, Jr. 


34.00 


Donald J. KeUy 


21630.42 


Joanne Magoun 


7242.00 


Joseph Kelly 


118.00 


Courtney Mahoney 


22.75 


Genevieve Kent 


21767.95 


Stella MacDonald 


6068.12 


Edward Keyes 


20.00 


John M. MacNeill 


337.19 


Mary Jane Keyes 


40.00 


Jack Maloney 


166.89 


WiUiam C. Kite 


23509.64 


John F. Maloney 


16793.95 


Marea Kotiadis 


10329.12 


Christopher McNabb 


234.50 


Nancy Knight 


6466.49 


John Maynard 


28.00 


Dennis W. Kuntz 


23808.33 


Shirley B. Manna 


21630.42 


JeffLadd 


7.50 


Nancy Mantens 


35.00 



174 



Elizabeth J. Maree 


10179.75 


Nicholas Montuori 


3357.20 


Bryan E. Marks 


13857.94 


Dorothy Montouri 


22608.33 


Charles Marks 


5016.44 


Robert Moore 


260.40 


David R. Marks 


16228.19 


Patricia SuUivan 


16671.05 


David R. Marks, Jr. 


30.08 


Jack Moriarty 


90.00 


David Marks, Jr. 


595.79 


Ruth C. Muir 


6381.90 


Frances L. Marks 


9892.86 


Bernard Mulcahy 


251.16 


Frances Marks 


113.80 


Edward Mulvey 


120.00 


Patricia A. Marks 


676.20 


Mary K. Muncey 


619.66 


Patricia A. Marks 


1065.82 


WiUiam Munn 


85.00 


Matthew B. Marr 


16868.23 


Marjorie Murphy 


5079.75 


Jane L. Marsh 


10530.96 


Stella Nardo 


15.75 


Herbert Marsh 


962.56 


Paul H. Narkiewicz 


26983.08 


Herbert Marsh 


60.16 


Charles NapoU 


65.00 


Gail P. Marshall 


5465.53 


John W. Nash, Jr. 


14.40 


Jane Marshall 


151.90 


Katherine A. Neale 


9616.16 


Jane Marshall 


356.38 


Michael Nedrow 


81.00 


Diana Mastrobuono 


1500.00 


Ruth Nedrow 


10205.40 


Bruce Maynard 


30.08 


Faith Newcombe 


159.00 


Hermon J. Maynard 


368.91 


Faith Newcombe 


42.50 


Lynne Maynard 


108.76 


WUUam Nickerson 


16411.31 


Steven L. Maynard 


836.85 


GaU Noble 


100.00 


Kelly McAuHffe 


30.08 


Brian W. Noonan 


23315.42* (2218.50) 


WiUiam H. Mc Arthur 


13538.72 


Brian Noonan 


132.00 


WUUam McAuUffe 


18121.24 


Robert G. Noonan 


12585.20 


WilUam McAuhffe 


75.84 


Samuel Norton 


19.00 


William McAuUffe 


92.12 


Charles F. Mundhenk 


20709.08 


WilUam McAuUffe 


118.44 


Timothy Murphy 


36.00 


Alice McCarthy 


1620.00 


Kevin P. O'Brien 


16975.21 


James McCarthy 


82.50 


Daniel O'Brien 


100.88 


Marie McCarthy 


1235.39 


JohnW. O'Brien, Jr. 


500.00 


Mary Lou McCarthy 


1237.50 


Maureen O'Brien 


1140.00 


Barbara McCool 


410.00 


Richard O'Brien 


15.04 


James McCuUoch 


40.00 


David O'ConneU 


75.20 


Joseph McCuUough 


25.00 


Robert O'ConneU 


40.00 


Edward MacDermott 


20741.05 


Kevin O'Connor 


20.00 


Dorothy L. McDonald 


19989.68 


Margaret O'DonneU 


510.00 


Ken McDonneU 


40.00 


Stephen O'DonneU 


15.04 


Paul F. McGaffigan 


17602.48 


James O'Leary 


40.00 


Donna McGee 


35.42 


WUUam Oliver 


30.08 


Robert McGrady 


130.00 


Jean O'MaUey 


20954.74 


Kevin McLaughlin 


408.50 


C. GU O'NeU 


105.00 


Helen McLaughUn 


43.20 


Thomas J. O'NeU, III 


25108.33 


William McMann 


35.00 


Arlene E. Orr 


10179.75 


Gerald McNabb 


1097.35 


John R. Packard 


23580.34 


James McNamara 


13053.27 


Matt Packard 


9.00 


Jeannette McNeil 


5344.82 


Lynn Packard 


30.00 


John McPherson, Jr. 


99.48 


Maria Pape 


182.25 


AUce McWiUiams 


207.50 


Robert S. Pape 


25.00 


Albert MeaUo 


883.08 


Robert S. Pape 


251.16 


Arthur MeUa 


65.00 


Maria Rose Pape 


9380.43 


AUce M. Mersch 


57.96 


EUen M. Patrolia 


1025.34 


Joseph MigUaccio 


581.61 


EUen PatroUa 


344.54 


Mary MigUaccio 


83.72 


J. Nelson PatroUa 


12.88 


John G. Mika 


20324.77 


Michael C. Patrolia 


1200.00 


Thomas Miley 


35.00 


R. A. Pattison, Sr. 


13713.49 


Lorene M. MiUer 


9417.32 


Robert Pattison 


4158.81 


Edward MinelU 


1090.00 


Evelyn Pearson 


30.00 


Mark MincoUa 


55.00 


James Peers 


228.00 


Mark MincoUa 


104.00 


Patricia Pcrreault 


4433.10 


Joann MitcheU 


8311.62 


Patricia Perreault 


247.51 


Carol A. Mitchner 


9302.78 


Ralph PerronceUo 


18248.06 



175 



Robert Perry 


89.00 


Lucille Roycroft 


173.60 


Virginia Petitti 


4384.64 


James P. Runey 


17581.56 


Charles Piepenbrink 


27418.59 


Anthony Rosano 


189.66 


Kenneth Pigeon 


20.00 


Janice Rosano 


91.77 


Mary M. Pizzelli 


512.40 


Janice Rosano 


181.97 


Mary Pizzelli 


1509.20 


Randall W. Rosano 


17762.41 


David Place 


150.00 


Ross Rosano 


30.08 


Patrick A. Plante 


24217.29 


Ross Rosano 


22.56 


John Player 


28.00 


Ryan Rosano 


25.50 


Loretta Plumer 


4663.75 


Richard Rosenberg 


120.00 


Nancy Polito 


410.57 


Lucille Roycroft 


1341.86 


David J. Pomarico 


25872.24* (4050.25) 


Rosebelle Broeffle 


1500.00 


Arthur M. Pompeo, Jr 


15339.13 


Theresa Saccone 


3357.20 


Dr. Roger Pompeo 


470.00 


Walter Ross 


75.20 


Marilyn T. Pope 


8339.53 


William Ross 


1575.44 


Susan M. Pope 


4957.02 


John M. Roy 


753.00 


Andrew Pottenger 


165.65 


Allan Rumsey 


76.25 


Marilyn Power 


23296.58 


Jane Russell 


150.00 


Bill Powers 


34.00 


Louise Rymaszewski 


180.00 


Richard Powers 


20.00 


Carl A. Sestito 


812.16 


Bruce Pratt 


212.93 


Emily Saccone 


10235.55 


Edwin H. Pratt 


1572.00 


Susan Sadler 


6316.64 


Edwin H. Pratt 


22459.35 


Diane W. Saleski 


6653.84 


Edwin Pratt 


80.00 


Deborah I. Salvador 


2836.05 


Helen Pratt 


21967.29 


Jean Salvador 


175.49 


Marie Pratt 


9.78 


Manuel E. Salvador 


19345.78 


Warren S. Pratt 


1300.00 


Mildred Salyards 


7622.70 


Shirley Prendergast 


2073.48 


Steve Sangster 


28.00 


Nelson C. Pratt, Jr. 


150.00 


Michael Saniuk 


18.00 


Shirley Prendergast 


57.60 


F. Louise Sands 


10235.55 


Shirley Prendergast 


10.50 


Clifton F. Sargent 


13121.01 


Marie Price 


19267.06 


Edgar Sargent 


220.04 


Robert Protulus 


60.16 


Kenneth Sargent 


15122.12 


Robert F. Protulis 


4665.18 


Kenneth Sargent 


260.16 


Robert F. Protulis 


212.93 


Kenneth Sargent 


60.00 


William J. Protulis 


16520.36 


Kevin Sargent 


1549.12 


Sandra J. Putnam 


18.75 


Ruth Ann Sargent 


90.00 


John C. Raccuia 


21792.92 


Edward Savage 


17.00 


John Raftery 


30538.83 


Dr. Robert T. Sceery 


7078.50 


Brian Ramsay 


25.54 


Anthony Schiavo 


260.40 


Marguerite Ramsay 


10319.07 


Marie Schleiff 


20954.74 


Mark Rattenbury 


195.52 


Evelyn W. Schultz 


90.00 


Donald A. Reade 


21630.42 


Mary Ellen Scott 


30.00 


Elizabeth L. Reddie 


8035.23 


Lisa Seadale 


200.00 


Bette Rega 


21406.52 


Edward Seadale 


409.50 


Joseph E. Repoff, Jr. 


74.10 


Edward Seadale 


240.00 


Kurt M. Rever 


8051.52 


Anthony C. Sestito 


16027.00 


Kurt Rever 


1215.25 


Dale Sestito 


8872.68 


John J. Rhodes, III 


25763.50* (3011.25) 


Joseph A. Sestito 


225.60 


John J. Rhodes, III 


315.00 


Joseph A. Sestito 


1225.76 


Ann Richardi 


179.50 


Lis Shacoc 


20.00 


Alice Riley 


120.00 


Jennifer Sharpe 


563.77 


Frances Ricketts 


3129.25 


Phillip Thayer 


105.28 


Christine Riley 


438.75 


Edward F. Sheehan 


26962.16 


Elizabeth B. Ripley 


1300.95 


James R. Sheerin 


17250.15 


Elizabeth B. Ripley 


226.60 


James Sheerin 


130.00 


Elizabeth Ripley 


225.00 


James Sheerin 


285.76 


Harry H. Ritter 


15126.37 


Lawrence R. Shultz 


19674.38 


James Roddy 


28.50 


Lawrence Shultz 


250.00 


Harold Rogers 


34.00 


WiUiam Signorelli 


23276.47 


Sam Roebuck 


37.51 


Donald Silvia 


680.72 


Terry Rondelli 


135.00 


Robert D. Silvia 


14850.35 



176 



Peter Silva 


106.00 


Robert M. Thompson 


22608.33 


Harry SUvia 


85.30 


Gary S. Thorp 


12096.91 


Marsha Silvia 


161.25 


Bonnie K. Tibbetts 


4787.51 


June Simeone 


6795.88 


William Tilden 


488.80 


Marie Simmons 


3376.00 


Pamela Tillotson 


176.00 


Elizabeth Sinopoli 


5316.09 


Edward Tower 


326.00 


Shelanne Sladen 


142.50 


Carol Townsend 


143.29 


Nancy Sladen 


251.16 


Mark H. Trask 


17083.71 


Marylouise Slotnick 


30.00 


Mark Trask 


105.00 


John Small 


1336.50* (1336.50) 


Peter Trask 


865.21 


John Small 


44.00 


Leslie Travers 


750.00 


Margaret Smalzel 


15760.43 


Mark Trent 


34.00 


Edward Smith 


70.00 


Joan Tribeman 


20302.18 


Margaret C. Smith 


14.40 


Lisa Trozzi 


81.00 


Nancy Smith 


180.00 


Grace Tuckerman 


175.49 


Walter Smith 


900.00 


Diane Tupper 


60.00 


Nancy Snowdale 


8081.45 


David Turner 


1472.83 


Eleanor Soule 


5294.78 


Roger W. Twofoot 


14.40 


Kevin W. Soule 


198.74 


Phil Van Neste 


28.00 


Kevin Soule 


13701.81 


Joan Vergnani 


85.00 


Kenneth Souther 


16533.94 


Karen Viafore 


66.00 


Lawrence Spellman 


40.00 


Virginia Waaser 


2502.80 


S. B. Sprout 


10196.70 


George Walling 


40.00 


Bernard Spiegal 


30.00 


Michael Walls 


34.00 


Richard Starsiak 


18.00 


David Walsh 


58.00 


George Steptoe 


50.00 


Dennis J. Walsh 


23425.00 


Michael Stewart 


900.00 


Michael Walsh 


20.00 


Brian St. John 


150.40 


Virginia Walsh 


60.00 


Joan St. John 


782.46 


Steve Walsh 


70.00 


Mark St. John 


887.36 


David Wadsworth 


15.00 


Lori Anne Stobart 


1175.42 


Glenn Ward 


20.00 


C. E. Stockbridge 


29653.75* (1750.50) 


Susaii M. Watrous 


13307.62 


Charles Stockbridge 


132.00 


Brendan Watson 


30.00 


C. W. Stockbridge 


2726.96 


Marilyn Watson 


26374.98 


Charles Stockbridge 


90.71 


Karla Watts 


6120.52 


William Stone 


50.00 


F. AUen Weisenfluh 


1200.00 


William Stone 


225.00 


Joseph Whalen 


9.00 


Margaret Stoughton 


49.91 


Andrew White 


30.08 


Charles Stover 


12869.02 


Maureen White 


100.00 


Harold Straughn 


34.00 


Katherine Whitley 


19674.38 


Richard Streeter 


35514.15 


Stephen Wigmore 


18355.11 


Edward J. Struzik 


17677.00 


Thomas Wigmore 


428.64 


Edward Struzik 


105.00 


Dorothy Willard 


60.00 


Charles Sullivan 


30.00 


Susan Wilkes 


5048.64 


Ernest J. Sullivan 


18780.55 


Jeffrey Willbanks 


13299.23 


Eugene Sullivan 


70.00 


Barbara Williams 


167.44 


Janet Sullivan 


19.00 


Dean A. Williams 


822.67 


John M. Sullivan 


15112.06 


Robert Williams 


264.00* ( 264.00) 


Kirk Sweeney 


30.08 


Janet Willis 


5859.14 


Torin Sweeney 


30.08 


David Wilson 


38.00 


Sara Tague 


2525.60 


Michael Winn 


330.88 


Kevin Talbot 


250.00 


John Winters 


18.03 


Michael E. Taylor 


12992.77 


Dorothy Wondolowski 


4461.78 


Stephen Taylor 


6.00 


David Wong 


106.00 


William Taylor 


90.00 


Arthur Wood 


137.50* ( 137.50) 


Karen Tewksbury 


533.34 


Evelyn B. Wood 


13307.62 


Shirley Tewksbury 


19674.38 


Joellen Wood 


17232.20 


Anthony Texeira 


53.00 


Julie Woodger 


153.50 


J. Blake Thaxter, Jr. 


19500.00 


Joan M. Wool 


16085.08 


Phillip A. Thayer 


482.35 


Mildred D. Woomer 


8950.50 


Richard Thibeault 


264.00 


John M. Worley 


16723.21 


John Thompson 


8972.08 


Frank Wunschel 


1083.75 



177 



Patricia Wunschel 




2145.00 


Patricia Wunschel 




22530.42 


Lisbeth Wyman 




7192.40 


Denise Anne Yess 




4287.42 


Richard Yocum 


1614.72* 


( 874.00) 


Clark Young, III 




107.25 


Margaret Young 




29.45 


Wallace Young 




2515.32 


John Riley 




100.00 


Nancy Scopa 




90.00 


Mimi Sestito 




142.50 


Grand Total for School 






and Town Employees 


$4,800,785.60 



♦Indicates off-duty detail paid to police officers, of which amount is included in gross earn- 
ings. 



178 



REPORT OF THE TOWN ACCOUNTANT 

To the Board of Selectmen and Citizens of Cohasset: 

Submitted herewith is my annual report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 
1980. This report is in accordance with Mass General Laws Chapter 41 , Section 
61 and includes the following: 

(1) Statement of net revenues received and other Receipts (Exclusive 
of Revolving Funds). 

(2) Report of Appropriations, Expenditures and Encumbrances. 

(3) Statement of Revolving Fund Accounts. 

(4) Summary of Expenditures and Encumbrances and Cash Summary. 

(5) Balance Sheet of General Accounts. 

(6) Statement of Trust Funds. 

(7) Balance Sheet — Deferred Revenue — Sewer Assessments. 

(8) Statement of Lx)ng-term Debt. 

The following are unpaid bills for Veterans' Assistance as of June 30, 1980. 
An article requesting funding was voted at the reconvened session of the Special 
Town Meeting October 28, 1980 held on November 13, 1980. 

1. Massachusetts General Hospital $1 1,758.83 

2. New England Deaconess Hospital 109.60 

$11,868.43 



I have just recently been notified of the unpaid bills of prior fiscal years for 
repairs to Hydrants. The bills are from the Hingham Water Company and are as 
follows: 

Sept. 30, 1975 $1,160.29 

Dec. 30, 1977 392.17 

July 31, 1978 1,149.09 

$2,701.55 



There will be an article in the warrant for the Annual Town Meeting April 4, 
1981, requesting funds to pay these bills. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William S. Signorelli 
Town Accountant 



179 



STATEMENT OF NET REVENUES RECEIVED 
(Exclusive of Revolving Funds) 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1980 

GENERAL REVENUE 



TAXES 






Current Year: 






Personal $146,855.52 






Real 4,549,826.59 






Previous Years: 






Personal 1,340.91 






Real 157,312.36 


$4,855,335.38 




Less: Refunds 


24,038.99 
4,831,296.39 




Tax Title Redemptions 


17,612.09 




Taxes in Litigation 


39.92 


$4,848,948.40 


LICENSES AND PERMITS 




Selectmen: 






Alcoholic Beverages 


7,125.00 




All Other Licenses & Permits 


605.00 




Town Clerk - Gasoline Storage Permits 


370.00 




Police Dept. - Licenses & Permits 


654.00 




Building Dept.: 






Gas Permits 


1,059.00 




Plumbing Permits 


1,758.00 




Permits & Certificates 


7,836.00 




Wire Dept. - Permits 


909.00 




Board of Health - All Other Permits 


1,900.10 




Harbor Dept. - Mooring Permits (Less Refund $37.00) 


7,646.00 


29,862.10 


FINES 






Court Fines 




17,033.00 


GRANTS - OTHER THAN REVOLVING FUNDS 




Federal Grant 






Federal Revenue Sharing Funds 




91,790.00 


From County 






Dog Fund 




993.39 


From State 






Schools: 






Chap. 74 - Vocational 441.00 






Chap. 70 667,273.00 






Chap. 7 1 - Transportation 65 ,394.00 






Chap. 7 IB -Transportation 6,594.00 






School Building Assistance 42,854.23 






Tuition - State Wards 3,181.00 


785,737.23 




Highways: 






Highway Fund 57,196.00 






Highway & Transit Fringe MBTA 






Communities 19,400.00 


76,596.00 




Lottery, Beano, etc. Chap. 29 


42,073.00 




Cultivation of Shellfish 


100.00 




Additional Local Aid Assistance 


95,449.00 




Library Aid 


2,919.38 




Real Estate Abatements Disabled Veterans & Blind 


3,237.50 




Elderly Tax Exemptions 


6,462.53 


1,012,574.64 


TOTAL GENERAL REVENUE 




$6,001,201.53 


180 







COMMERQAL REVENUE 



Special Assessments: 








Sewei 




$4,402.76 




Privileges: (Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes) 






1973 


$138.60 






1974 


36.30 






1975 


498.78 






1976 


375.38 






1977 


1,464.99 






1978 


17,890.95 






1979 


224,566.02 






1980 


299,075.60 
544,046.62 






Less: Refunds 


9,388.39 


534,658.23 




Privileges: (Boat Excise Taxes) 


5,707.00 






Less: Refunds 


713.00 


4,994.00 




TOTAL COMMERCIAL REVENUE 




$544,054.99 


DEPARTMENTAL REVENUE 




Planning Board Fees 




$1,170.00 




Zoning Board of Appeals Filing Fees 




615.00 




Conservation Commission Filing Fees 




475.00 




Treasurer-Collector, Fees for Services 




7,138.00 




Town Qerk, Fees for Services 




1,960.80 




Police Dept. Miscellaneous 




650.70 




Fire Dept.: Ambulance Service 




5,066.00 




Sealer of Weights & Measures Fees 




280.00 




Tree & Park Department: 








Maintenance of School Grounds 




U44.00 




Board of Health: 








Disposal Area Fees 


$1,652.00 






Well Baby Clinic 


10.00 






Recycling Income 


864.60 


2,526.60 




Sewer Dept.: 




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Use Charges 


16,020.17 






Use Charges Added to Taxes 


2,394.55 
18,414.72 






Less: Refunds 


182.58 


18,232.14 




Highway Dept. Miscellaneous 




6.70 




Harbor Dept. Application Fees 




275.00 




Veterans Services: 








Reimbursement from State 




6,772.96 




School Dept. Miscellaneous Receipts 




630.07 




Library — Fines and Miscellaneous 




5,284.28 


♦■ 


Recreation Dept. Fees 




5,652.00 




Cemeteries - Grave Digging 




2,405.00 




TOTAL DEPARTMENTAL REVENUE 




$60,684.25 


UNCLASSIFIED REVENUE 




Rental of Municipal Property 




$3,540.00 




Dividend, Workers' Compensation 




4,247.00 




Workers' Compensation - Employees 




2,683.91 




Miscellaneous 




1,145.95 




Sale of Boat (Stamas Cruiser) 




3,237.63 




TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED REVENUE 




$14,854.49 



181 



WATER DEPARTMENT 



Water Meters 




$300,882.12 




Water Liens 




40,671.49 




Water Services 




450.00 




Water Miscellaneous 




582.40 




Hydrant Services 




22,800.00 
365,386.01 




Less: Refunds 




1,113.83 




TOTAL WATER DEPARTMENT REVENUE 




$364,272.18 




CEMETERIES 






Sale of Lots and Graves 


INTEREST 




800.00 


Deposits and Investments 




53,678.61 




Sewer Assessments 




2,022.59 




Deferred Taxes 




31,831.34 




Motor Vehicle Excise 




695.38 




TOTAL INTEREST 






$88,227.92 


Other Revenue 








Transfers from Stabilization Fund for Pumping Engine 80,000.00 




Library - Sale of Audubon Plate and Books 


44,250.00 


124,250.00 


TOTAL NET REVENUES R 


ECEIVED 
OTHER RECEIPTS 


$7,198,345.36 






Payroll Deductions: 








Federal Withholding Taxes 


$643,412.09 






State Withholding Taxes 


204,049.56 






Retirement - County 


94,917.24 






Retirement - Teachers' 


112,466.56 






Group Health Insurance 


128,726.45 






Group Life Insurance 


2,658.00 






Credit Union 


40,315.50 






Dues - Custodians 


1,204.00 






Dues - Cohasset Teachers' Assn. 


17,663.84 






Annuities 


79,947.96 


$1,325,361.20 




Other: 








Mass Meals Tax 


378.12 






Dog Licenses for County 


2,268.65 






Sporting Fees 


1,532.45 






C.E.T.A. Workers' Compensation 






Insurance 


3,436.00 






Unclaimed Checks 


438.40 






Bid Deposits 


925.00 






Cemetery - Perpetual Care Funds 750.00 


9,728.62 




Transfers from Trust Funds: 








James W. Nichols Fund 


100.00 






Conservation Fund 


137.50 


237.50 




Loans in Anticipation of Tax Revenue 


600,000.00 




General Cash Investments Matured 




3,200,000.00 





182 



Refunds: 

Prior Year Appropriations 74.95 

Current Year Appropriations 4,402.41 4,477.36 



$5,139,804.68 



SUMMARY OF ALL RECEIPTS 

Net Revenues Received $7 ,198,345 .36 

Refunds Deducted from Revenues 35 ,47 3.7 9 

Revolving Funds 425,654.96 

Other Receipts 5,139,804.68 

$12,799,278.79 



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Withholdings from payrolls: 



Federal Taxes 




$643,412.09 




State Taxes 




204,049.56 




Teachers' State Retirement 




112,466.56 




County Retirement 




94,917.24 




Tax Sheltered Annuities 




77,390.04 




Credit Union 




40,315.50 




Dues - Teachers' Association 




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Dues — Custodians 




1,204.00 




Health Insurance 




127,964.32 




Life Insurance 




2,595.30 


$1,321,970.01 


Other Agency: 








Dog Licenses to County 




2,414.45 




C.E.T.A. Workers' Compensation Insurance 


3,436.00 




Meals Tax 




378.12 




Sporting Licenses 




1,532.45 




Cemetery Perpetual Care 




750.00 




Bid Deposits 




925.00 




Unclaimed Checks - Issued 




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9,436.50 


Refunds: 








Real Estate Taxes Fiscal: 








1978 


$2,134.45 






1979 


8,316.52 






1980 


13,416.90 


23,867.87 




Personal Property Taxes Fiscal: 








1979 


78.12 






1980 


93.00 


171.12 




Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes: 








1978 


437.17 






1979 


7,003.54 






1980 


1,947.68 


9,388.39 




Boat Excise Tax 




713.00 


34,140.38 


Other: 








Clerical Dues 




46.44 




Building Permit - Prior Year 




120.00 




Mooring Fees 




37.00 




Health Insurance 




89.81 




Sewer Use Charge 




57.14 




Sewer Use Charge Added to Taxes Fiscal 1980 


125.44 




Water Meters 




292.14 




Water Liens Fiscal 1980 




821.69 


1,589.66 


Trust Funds: 








Withdrawal from Conservation Fund: 






Engineering Services 




137.50 




Withdrawal from James W. Nichols Fund: 






Award 




100.00 


237.50 


Investment of General Cash 






3,366,000.00 


Loan in Anticipation of Tax Revenue 






600,000.00 


TOTAL OTHER EXPENDITURES 




$5,333,374.05 



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SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES AND ENCUMBRANCES 

Appropriation Accounts and State & 

County Assessments $7,287,333.40 

Revolving Fund Accounts 437,692.92 

Other Expenditures 5,333,374.05 



$13,058,400.37 

CASH SUMMARY 

Cash Balance - July 1, 1979 $1,295,169.40 

Receipts 12,799,278.79 

14,094,448.19 
Expenditures & Encumbrances $13,058,400.37 

Less: Encumbrances $271,229.56 

Prepaid Vacations 447.20 271,676.76 12,786,723.61 

1,307,724.58 
Add Increase in Invested Funds 166,000.00 

Cash Balance June 30, 1980 $1,473,724.58 



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TOWN OF COHASSET 



Balance Sheet - General Accounts 




June 30, 1980 






ASSETS 






Cash: General 


$496,390.48 




Federal Revenue Sharing 


3,980.71 




Water Dept. Construction Project 


7,353.39 




Invested 


966,000.00 


$1,473,724.58 


Accounts Receivable Taxes: 






Fiscal Year: 






1977 Personal Property 


54.00 




1978 Personal Property 


391.14 




1978 Real Estate 


5,076.69 




1979 Personal Property 


978.42 




1979 Real Estate 


27,573.32 




1980 Personal Property 


567.78 




1980 Real Estate 


210,874.41 


245,515.76 


Taxes in Litigation 




297.18 


Real Estate Taxes Deferred 




38,603.46 


Departmental: 

Veterans' Assistance 


10,572.80 




Schools 


366.51 




Fire - Ambulance Service 


8,264.00 




Harbor - Mooring Fees 


4,873.00 




Rental of Property and Miscellaneous 


3,868.92 




Town Hall 


430.00 




Sewer Use Charges 


4,274.28 




Sewer Use Charges Added to Taxes 






Fiscal 1980 


50.61 


32,700.12 


Accounts Receivable from H.U.D. re Balance of 






Grant for new Water Treatment Facility, etc. 




99,400.00 


Accounts Receivable Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes: 




1973 


183.15 




1977 


1,759.06 




1978 


15,947.13 




1979 


32,086.89 




1980 


134,957.20 


184,933.43 


Tax Titles and Possessions: 






Titles 


76,538.71 




Possessions 


2,204.25 


78,742.96 


Accounts Receivable - Water Department: 






Meters 


63,655.51 




Liens Fiscal 1978 


233.81 




Liens Fiscal 1979 


547.07 




Liens Fiscal 1980 


5,270.66 


69,707.05 



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Accounts Receivable - Boat Excise Taxes 



1,130.00 



Sewer Betterment Assessments: 

Principal Added to Taxes Fiscal 1980 
Interest Added to Taxes Fiscal 1980 



118.25 
83.53 



201.78 



Dues from Water Department: 






Construction Project 


206,000.00 




Transfer from Reserve Fund 


1,560.88 


207,560.88 


Loans Authorized — Plans and Specifications - 


Sewer 


433,000.00 


Transfers from P.L. 92-512 Authorized 




91,019.29 


Transfers from Stabilization Fund Authorized 




74,000.00 


Underestimates Fiscal 1980: 






State Recreation Areas 


2,048.07 




Mass. Bay Transportation Authority 


6,796.81 


8,844.88 


Revenue Fiscal 1981 




7,334,117.23 
$10,373,498.60 


LIABILITIES AND RESERVES 




Temporary Loan in Anticipation of Federal Grant for 




Water Construction Project 




99,400.00 


Warrants Payable 




271,229.56 


Unclaimed Checks 




2,022.40 


Dog Licenses Due County 




272.20 


Payroll Deductions: 






Health Insurance 


19,288.32 




Life Insurance 


483.53 




Annuities 


14,067.00 


33,838.85 


Gifts: 






So. Shore Music Circus Council for Aging 


848.47 




Friends of Library 


450.00 


1,298.47 


Trust Fund Income: 






Paul Pratt Memorial Library 


476.66 




Beechwood Association Recreation Trust 


269.87 




Wheelwright Park 


981.54 




Wadleigh Park 


216.62 




Woodside Cemetery 


2,631.77 




Town Common and Parks 


266.00 




Beechwood Cemetery 


346.06 




Charlotte Lincoln Bell - No. Cohasset Cem. 


3,321.20 




Cedar Street Cemetery 


19.45 


8,529.17 


Overestimates Fiscal 1980: 






County Tax 


1,078.30 




Special Education 


2,190.00 




Air Pollution Control Districts 


354.42 




Metropolitan Parks 


161.81 


3,784.53 



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Federal and State Grants: 

P.L. 94-142 Title VI-B 37.00 

P.L. 96-561 Title IV-B 4,31 1.25 

Storm Damage ~ February 1978 39,004.94 

Metco 10,854.15 54,207.34 

Library - Sale of Audobon Plate and Books Reserved 44,250.00 

Revolving Funds — Schools: 

Lunches 449.92 

Athletics 8,460.92 

Lost Books, etc. 33.15 8,943.99 



Appropriation Balances Forward to Fiscal 1981 






Revenue: 






General 


22,081.46 




Sewer Plans & Specifications 


106,860.41 




Water Dept. New Treatment Plant, etc. 


206,000.00 




Non Revenue: 






Sewer Project I 


1,439.20 




Sewer Plans & Specifications 


20,139.59 




Water Dept. New Treatment Plant, etc. 


3,916.03 


360,436.69 


Loans Authorized and Unissued 




433,000.00 


Appropriation Control Fiscal 1981: 






Fire Dept. - Salaries and Wages from 






Federal Revenue Sharing Funds 


3,980.71 




From Surplus Revenue - Water 


27,000.00 




From Surplus Revenue - General 


125,000.00 




From Other Available Funds 


3,912.77 




Transfers Authorized 


165,019.29 




All Other Appropriations 


7,334,117.23 


7,659,030.00 


Sale of Real Estate Fund: 






General 


1,914.93 




Veterans' Housing 


3,650.00 


5,564.93 


Sale of Cemetery Lots Fund: 






Beechwood 


459.50 




Woodside 


17,910.65 


18,370.15 



Municipal Waterways Improvement & Maintenance Fund 2,497.00 

Reserve Fund - Overlay Surplus 8,804.21 

Reserved for Abatements: 

1977 54.00 

1978 391.14 

1979 25,039.90 

1980 9,701.69 35,186.73 

Revenue Reserved Until Collected: 

Special Tax Revenue 297. 1 8 

Real Estate Taxes Deferred 38,603.46 

Departmental 32,700.12 

Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes 1 84,933.43 



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Tax Titles and Possessions 

Water 

Special Assessments 

Loans to Water Department 

Boat Excise Taxes 

Surplus Revenue: 
General 
Water Department — Deficit 



78,742.96 

69,707.05 

201.78 

207,560.88 

1,130.00 


613,876.86 


712,889.90 
(3,934.38) 


708,955.52 




$10,373,498.60 


Submitted by, 





William S. Signorelli 
Town Accountant 



July 29, 1980 



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Balance Sheet — Deferred Revenue Accounts 

June 30, 1980 

Apportioned Sewer Assessments Not Due: $34,264.06 

Apportioned Sewer Assessments Revenue Due in Fiscal: 

1980 $3,055.26 

1981 2,942.76 

1982 2,942.76 

1983 2,560.26 

1984 2,505.26 

1985 2,505.26 

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1987 2,505.26 

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INDEX 

Appointed Town Officers 8 

Assessors, Board of 167 

Building Department 139 

Capital Budget Committee 137 

Collector of Taxes 165 

Committee To Study Space Needs 132 

Conservation Commission 140 

Council on Aging 135 

Design Review Board 123 

Dog Officer 128 

Fire Department 142 

Harbor Master 127 

Harbor Committee 136 

Health, Board of 129 

Highway Department 138 

Historic Commission 141 

Housing Authority 140 

In Memoriam 1 

Jury List 18 

Paul Pratt Memorial Library 

Trustees 157 

Librarian 159 

Personnel Committee 128 

Planning Board 122 

Police Chief Selection Committee 123 

Police Department 162 

Recreation Director 133 

Registrars, Board of 121 

Salaries & Wages - Town Employees 171 

Sewer Commissioners, Board of 170 

School Department 145 

School Committee 145 

Superintendent's Report 148 

Graduating Class, 1980 155 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 128 

Selectmen, Board of 17 

Social Service League 161 

South Shore Mosquito Control 124 

Town Accountant 179 

Statement of Net Revenues Received 180 

Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 184 

Statement of Revolving Fund Accounts 214 

Summary of Expenditures and Encumbrances 220 

Balance Sheet, General Accounts 221 

Trust Funds 225 

Balance Sheet, Deferred Revenue Accounts 229 

Statement of Long-Term Debt 230 

Town Clerk 21 

Elected Town Officers 5 

Election Officers 20 

Special Town Meeting, February 14, 1980 21 

Presidential Primary, March 14, 1980 28 

Annual Town Meeting, April 5, 1980 32 

Annual Town Election, April 12, 1980 90 

State Primary, September 16, 1980 94 

Special Town Meeting, October 28, 1980 97 

State Election, November 4, 1980 103 

Vital Statistics 107 

Town Treasurer 164 

Tree and Park Department 137 

Water Commissioners, Board of 169 

Wire Department , 134 



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